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Re: ****Timescales for Pybus' Post Mortem****

Postby mikesiva » Mon Dec 31, 2018 4:51 am

It's to a more comfortable position in the trough, Gils....
http://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/ ... head-coach

Richard Pybus, West Indies' high performance director, has agreed to take up the role of head coach full-time, replacing the interim coach Nic Pothas. Pybus' contract, ESPNcricinfo understands, will effectively run until the 2019 Test series against India, which follows the ODI World Cup in England.

The position of West Indies head coach had been vacant since Stuart Law resigned from the position less than two years into his job. He left West Indies to take up a four-year contract with the English county team Middlesex. Originally the fielding coach, Pothas was made interim head coach for the recent tour of Bangladesh that followed Law's exit. West Indies lost Test and ODI series 2-0 and 2-1 respectively, and won the T20Is 2-1.

Pybus took over as high performance director in February, his role requiring him to work alongside selectors and coaches across all levels of the game in the Caribbean. He had previously served as West Indies' director of cricket from 2013 to the end of 2016, when he chose not to renew his contract.

Pybus' return to West Indies cricket wasn't welcomed by everyone. The former West Indies opener Desmond Haynes questioned the process of appointing him - "It would be great to ask the [CWI] president [Dave Cameron] about this appointment and when was this position advertised," he wrote in a Facebook post.
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Re: ****Timescales for Pybus' Post Mortem****

Postby Googley » Tue Jan 01, 2019 9:30 pm

sounds like the work of the trough dwellers. they were in love with the Bus! :D
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Outcry over appointment just 'politics', says focused Pybus

Postby MarcusGarveyLives » Tue Jan 22, 2019 5:13 pm

Unbelievable ... or maybe not?

"The CWI had approved the choice of Nic Pothas to succeed departing Australian Stuart Law, but after negotiations with the South African reached a stalemate, Lewis claimed Cameron then “made contact with Pybus, negotiated, and concluded a deal worth more than what Pothas had been offered” ..."

See: Outcry over appointment just 'politics', says focused Pybus (click for more)
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