“I think you’ve got to sum it up at the time – how you’re going, how the team’s going, whether you’re still making a difference,” he said.
“As a coach, you have to make a difference, and you have to get results. If you’re not getting results, then you’re not going to be in the job for long.”
Darren Lehmann reflecting after, for him, what has been a remarkable transition towards success within 12 months. Open enough to discuss the “shelf life” of the job.
Interpretable as, no matter what you as a coach are doing to improve through difference, the results need to be evident and visible beyond dispute.
QED, Key Element = Simplicity