Gibson sacked as West Indies Coach with immediate effect

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Ottis Gibson
Ottis Gibson

[www.inewsguyaan.com] – The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has announced that the Board and Ottis Gibson have mutually agreed to terminate their association with immediate effect.

In a statement, the WICB expressed its gratitude to Gibson for “his unwavering commitment and professionalism during his tenure as the Coach of the West Indies team.”

WICB Chief Executive Officer Michael Muirhead thanked Gibson for his services.

“On behalf of the Board and West Indies cricket as a whole we express our gratitude to Ottis for his work, particularly in coaching the team to winning the ICC World Twenty20 in 2012, and offer our best wishes to him in all his future endeavours,” Mr. Muirhead said.

Team Manager, Sir Richie Richardson, will take charge of the team on an interim basis for the series against Bangladesh which will be played in Grenada, St Kitts, St Vincent and St Lucia.

The Team Management Unit remains unchanged otherwise.

Team Management Unit

Sir Richie Richardson – Team Manager

Stuart Williams – Assistant Coach

Andre Coley – Assistant Coach

Sir Curtly Ambrose – Bowling Consultant

CJ Clarke – Physiotherapist

Hector Martinez-Charles – Strength & Conditioning Coach

Richard Berridge – Video and Statistical Analyst

Philip Spooner – Media Manager

Virgil Browne – Masseur

 West Indies vs Bangladesh schedule

August 20 – First ODI – Grenada

August 22 – Second ODI – Grenada

August 25 – Third ODI – St Kitts

August 27 – T20I – St Kitts

September 5 – 9 – First Test – St Vincent

September 13 – 17 – St Lucia

4 COMMENTS

  1. The reason why Guyana got no games is because the Guyanese cricket board are full of incompetent personals so they need to get their act together.

  2. How come no match scheduled for Guyana?
    If Guyana keeps getting sidelined, perhaps it is time for Guyanese fans to pledge allegiance somewhere else.
    Bangladesh is all East Indian as a demographic so is Guyana.
    This insult must stop.

  3. A step in the right direction. This guy was all about fitness and knows nothing about coaching a team. What took them so long.

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