Former England captain Michael Vaughan believes that Jos Buttler will be the captain of England’s next limited overs format and there is not much brain in it. It has been reported in the British media that Eoin Morgan will announce his retirement from international cricket on Tuesday. Since then there is a discussion going on as to who will be the captain of England in the limited overs format. The names of Jos Buttler and Moeen Ali are leading in this case.
The 35-year-old Morgan has led England in 126 ODIs and 72 T20 Internationals. Jos Butler has served as his deputy since 2015. Morgan has been battling poor form and fitness for some time now. Vaughan wrote in his column for the Daily Telegraph, ‘I have no doubt that Butler will replace him. He is the best player of white ball cricket. He has a great cricketing brain and he has the calmness that is required for captaincy.
He further said, ‘I think his personality may be different from Eoin, but there is one thing on which Butler will have to work the most and that is that even if one or two matches do not go according to the team, then They shouldn’t be too worried. This has been Ion’s greatest strength. He never believed in much change.