Clive Lloyd

BACKS CWI DECISION: Clive Lloyd

KIERON POLLARD may have lost his place in the West Indies One-Day team when Clive Lloyd was the chairman of selectors but the former West Indies captain supports the decision to make him the new white ball captain.

“It’s an excellent move,” Lloyd told cable television station Sportsmax on Monday, following the Cricket West Indies (CWI) announcement that Pollard had replaced Jason Holder as ODI skipper and Carlos Brathwaite as captain of the T20I side.

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