The brief association will see Andy Flower tackle Strauss’ duties, and others will have the same opinion to fill Flower’s function as England Lions head trainer.
Strauss showed the contingency at Lord’s on Tuesday, when he additionally introduced six scouts – all former England gamers, together with 2005 Ashes winner Marcus Trescothick – will report back to new nationwide selector Ed Smith.
Strauss mentioned: “My spouse used to be recognized with most cancers in December.
“We’re very fortunate she has been really well in the past – even supposing she is beginning a brand new remedy on Friday, which goes to tougher for her.
“As such I’m going to be stepping again from my day by day tasks whilst that remedy is occurring.”
The previous England captain will due to this fact quit his tasks to his ex-Check trainer Flower.
“On a day by day foundation, Andy Flower goes to be stepping in for me over the process the summer time,” added Strauss.
“Everyone knows about his qualities and his enjoy of each England and English cricket, and he’ll fill in my sneakers very adequately.
“I sit up for returning and grabbing the reins once more.
“However at this time period, my focal point must be on supporting Ruth and my circle of relatives at a difficult time for us.”
As England get ready for the beginning in their Check summer time in opposition to Pakistan at Lord’s on Thursday, it used to be published Trescothick, Glen Chapple, Steve Rhodes, Richard Dawson, Chris Learn and James Taylor will act as Smith’s scouts.
Strauss mentioned: “They’ll be compiling stories on gamers of pastime to us – an extended checklist of gamers of pastime.
“They would possibly not bring together stories on their very own gamers, if they’re inquisitive about a county.
“(It is going to imply) many eyes, extra time, extra sight of gamers, extra ceaselessly, getting other views to make judgements and checks on those gamers to provide us a greater frame of knowledge that remains with us perpetually – formalising a procedure that has been occurring in a extra advert hoc way for a very long time.”