Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Search still on for head coach


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The Windies still haven’t found their man. Apparently the regional side will be going into the home series against England, and probably this summer’s World Cup, without a full-time head coach as the board “looks to do a thorough search” for Stuart Law’s replacement.

A source close to the situation confirmed the news after tipping former director of cricket turned consultant Richard Pybus to be named interim coach for the England series.

“Normally the process takes about three months, so they’re likely going to ask the man taking over on an interim basis to hold on for England and the World Cup before they appoint a permanent coach to a two-year, three-year contract sometime next year,” said the inside source.

“That will be done in the new year because as we know, England are coming here January 11, and as much as they would like to have a coach in place by then, it doesn’t make sense rushing through the process. (JM)

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