Australia spin legend Shane Warne has launched a scathing attack on Cricket Australia, saying coach Mickey Arthur should be replaces by former New Zealand batsman Stephen Fleming, and Rod Marsh should be chairman of selectors.
Warne, who had raged at CA's rotation policy, amongst other things, on Twitter this past week, wrote a column on his personal website, recommending that captain Michael Clarke should be on the selection panel but that the coach should not.
He also wrote down his choices of people who should lead CA, most of whom are his former team-mates, and said resting players was a terrible policy and that fans deserved to see the best players at all times.
Warne wrote on shanewarne.com: "As an emotional, passionate and Australian cricket team supporter (and player) for the best part of 20 years (a proud one too) I, like many others am frustrated on many levels at present.
"If we do nothing now, we will be where we were 30 years ago. There needs to be urgent action and a new strategy/plan put in place. The current set up is not working, as the results are showing!"
Warne, who has been very vocal about the 'rotation policy', was extra critical of using different players in each format and said the best players should always be on the field, regardless of resting and impact on the body.
The spinner continued: "You get to know the person, too much chopping and changing leads to insecurity, players then start to look out for themselves and over their shoulder, this breeds selfishness. It's also why rotation and resting players will never work.
"We have the best batsman/captain in world cricket at the moment in Michael Clarke and the spine of a good team with (David) Warner, (Shane) Watson, (Matthew) Wade, (Peter) Siddle and (Nathan) Lyon. The rest of the spots are up for grabs in my opinion."
He also went on to say who he thought should be in various positions of power, saying former Aussie players Damien Martyn, Mark Waugh and Glenn McGrath should replace Andy Bichel and chairman of selectors John Inverarity.
He added: "It's time to go back to basics. Too many people are justifying their existence. If the following people (listed above) were to fill these roles, then Australian cricket would be in good hands and a great chance of getting back to No.1."