Northamptonshire’s Josh Cobb has declared himself “shocked and upset” by the membership’s resolution to oust him as T20 captain in favour of David Willey.
Cobb has held the function since 2019 and was set to guide the staff on this season’s Vitality Blast till Wednesday’s announcement that England all-rounder Willey had taken the reins.
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Willey, who’s again for a second stint on the county after getting back from Yorkshire, has solely simply returned from the Indian Premier League.
And whereas Cobb wished him nicely, he made his unhappiness clear in an announcement posted to Twitter.
“Having been blindsided by the information, I’m shocked and upset to be relieved of my captaincy duties so near the Blast beginning,” he wrote.
“Spending the winter planning and getting ready the squad, I felt we had been in place to problem once more this yr and we completely are!
“It has been an honour and a privilege to guide Northants for the final 4/5 years and I’ve loved all of it.
“I might additionally wish to want David Willey all the very best for his tenure as captain. For now I will be making an attempt to win as many video games for Northants and my team-mates as I can.”
Cobb additionally thanked former coach David Ripley, whereas the incumbent John Sadler went pointedly unmentioned.