24.com – Cape Town – Shane Warne has criticised the Australia team of whingeing too much in recent times but does not feel the Aussies should play the game like New Zealand.

Summary

  • Cape Town – Shane Warne has criticised the Australia team of whingeing too much in recent times but does not feel the Aussies should play the game like New Zealand.
  • The scandal has seen three players cop heavy bans and coach Darren Lehmann resigning while Cricket Australia (CA) have set up a review into the culture of the men’s national team.
  • Spin great Warne, who took 708 wickets in 145 Tests, said he sensed a problem in the Australia camp when they started complaining about the opposition and when things were not going their way.
  • Warne told News Corporation: “I’m not sure there were team culture problems but I have noticed there is a lot of whingeing coming out of the Australian camp in recent times, about the opposition and things like that.
  • Justin Langer, a former team-mate of Warne in the national side, has taken over as head coach while wicketkeeper Tim Paine has been selected to lead both the Test and ODI teams.


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