The Star – Malaysia – (Reuters) – Former Australia batsman Stuart Law said he will quit as West Indies head coach to take over at English county Middlesex.
- (Reuters) – Former Australia batsman Stuart Law said he will quit as West Indies head coach to take over at English county Middlesex.
- Law, who took charge of West Indies in February 2017, leaves after guiding the test team to series wins against Zimbabwe and Bangladesh and the one day team to qualification for the 2019 World Cup.
- “It is a great privilege to be asked to coach Middlesex and to accept one of the plum jobs in world cricket,” Law said on Monday.
- “I have very much enjoyed my time with the West Indies and wish the staff and players every success.
- The 49-year-old Law will continue in his role with West Indies for the away series against India and Bangladesh before taking charge of Middlesex at Lord’s in January.