Ricky Ponting looms as peace broker around Perth Test



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Another member of the coaching group on the 2019 World Cup and Ashes tour of England, Brad Haddin, has stated that private talks between Langer and the current players may be necessary to end a cycle of negativity that reached a new peak with the podcast interview excerpts published with great fanfare by News Corp this week.

“This is just a really ugly situation,” Haddin told Triple M. “This has been going on now for some time, this has been going on for over 12 months. That takes it to a new level. Obviously at some stage during his tenure he lost the change room. Whatever…



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