Cricket

Arthur linked to Windies job

2014-08-20 09:00
Mickey Arthur (Getty)
Cape Town - Former Proteas coach Mickey Arthur is reported to be in line to become the new coach of the West Indies.

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) on Tuesday announced they have parted ways with coach Ottis Gibson, just ahead of a home one-day series against Bangladesh.

According to the Trinidad and Tobago Guardian, Arthur will be named the next West Indies coach.

Arthur, who has also coached Australia's national side, recently took charge of the Jamaica Tallawahs in the Caribbean T20 Premier League. He was also on the shorlist to to replace Marvan Atapattu as head coach of Sri Lanka.

Arthur is also currently involved at Australian Super Rugby outfit, the Western Force.

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