Broad not sure of 'carrying on' following England's World T20 fallout
England Twenty20 captain Stuart Broad has said that he does not know if he will 'carry on' following their defeat against South Africa, which has sent his side out of the World T20 tournament.
Broad said that he is not 100 percent sure if he will carry on because there will be a decision made on the coaching staff and he is going to be unavailable for some of the summer as he needs a period of eight weeks rehabilitation due to his knee injury.
According to the Daily Express, Broad feels that this early exit from the World T20 following their three run loss to South Africa, has drawn a line under what has been a miserable winter for England.
However, Broad said that it would be a new era of English cricket in May, as changes in England's team is expected with Ashley Giles to be confirmed as the new coach for the team in two weeks time and Eoin Morgan likely to replace Broad as captain in the shortest format.
Broad said that they have a fantastic opportunity this summer adding that change is exciting from time to time and it would exciting to be involved.
(Posted on 30-03-2014)