Law brought professionalism to Windies claims Holder

By Sports Desk October 11, 2018
Windies captain Jason Holder Windies captain Jason Holder

Windies skipper Jason Holder has hailed the professionalism brought to the team by resigning head coach Stuart Law.

Law is expected to part ways with the regional team come January when he takes up a post with English County Championship team Middlesex.  Law will have served less than two years in the job, the latest in a flurry of short-term appointments for the regional squad, a situation that Holder admits has been tough to deal with.

“It’s difficult. We have got a number of coaches in the last five years. And I must say that the boys have been professional to adjust with each and every coach. I have seen that players have found it hard to deal with situations like these. Credit must go to them, whoever comes in and coaches us, we are focused and judge ourselves on how we play,”

And that’s why I don’t get too worried about what people say outside,” Holder told the New Indian Express.

“I think Stuart has brought a different dynamic in terms of professionalism to the side. There were certain methods we needed to change and credit should go to Stuart Law for that. Hopefully, whoever comes in, we could just settle along for something longer and build something positive for the next couple of years.”

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