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ONLY the offer of a lifetime will tempt Shane Warne or Tom Moody to consider accepting one of world cricket's most demanding jobs - coaching England in an Ashes year.

Warne has dead-batted speculation linking him with the coaching post made vacant by England's sacking of Peter Moores on Wednesday, which coincided with Kevin Pietersen's resignation as captain.

And Moody - arguably a better coaching candidate than the former leg-spinning star given his background with international, English county and Australian state teams - has done the same.

Warne was linked with the England coaching position given his friendship with Pietersen, but he has been critical of the role of coaches in cricket in the past and his current commitments would appear to rule him out of contention.

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