Rose to stand down at Somerset
Brian Rose, Somerset’s director of cricket, has agreed by mutual consent to leave the county at the end of the season. It brings to an end eight years at Taunton, a period in which he has revived the county’s fortunes.
Rose, who remains Somerset’s most successful captain having guided the county to five trophies between 1979 and 1983, took charge of the first team in 2004 and has overseen a transformation of the club from languishing in Division Two of the County Championship, into a very competitive unit that consistently challenges in all three competitions.
Rose led them to the Twenty20…
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