Giles named England ODI coach
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Giles will take on his new role immediately, with his first ODI series in charge in India before England play T20 and ODI matches in New Zealand.
In a separate statement, Warwickshire chief executive Colin Povey said the county champions were sad to see Giles leave but wished him well. "This is a fantastic opportunity for Ashley and he leaves with our full support," said Povey.
England have won just one major ICC limited overs tournament — the 2010 World Twenty20 — but will look to take their first global 50-over title when they stage next year's Champions Trophy.
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