Darren Lehmann gets Cricket Australia role weeks after ball-tampering row

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• Former Australia coach assumed ultimate responsibility for scandal
• Lehmann appointed assistant on national performance programme

Darren Lehmann has a new job at Cricket Australia’s national performance programme – only six weeks after resigning as his country’s head coach and saying he was “ultimately responsible for the culture of the team” after the side’s ball-tampering scandal.

Lehmann left his position as national coach on 29 March after the incident in South Africa which resulted in David Warner, Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft being suspended. He said then: “This will allow Cricket Australia to complete a full review into the culture of the team and allow them to implement changes to regain the trust of the Australian public.”

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Written by Guardian sport and agencies
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