Winning the New Direction in Post-Darren Sammy Era, Says Ottis Gibson

West Indies coach Ottis Gibson sees a bright future of West Indies cricket under the new captain Denesh Ramdin . He said he wants his team to win more matches under Ramdin who averages 27 from 56 Tests and has snared 156 catches and five stumpings.

updated: May 28, 2014 12:44 IST
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Bridgetown, Barbados: Head coach Ottis Gibson has praised Darren Sammy's tenure as captain but says the West Indies need to now focus on picking a more attacking Eleven that can win more Test matches.

Sammy was sacked as Test captain earlier this month and replaced by wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin, with the West Indies Cricket Board pointing out that the change was intended to achieve "maximum performance for each format of the game".

Gibson told media here Monday that hopefully the West Indies would now go in a new direction which would see enhanced performances in the Test arena.

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