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Jonathan Winsky (IP Logged)
21 January, 2019 18:57

 
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Ajay (IP Logged)
22 January, 2019 16:33
Middlesex 2nd XI Physio David Bartlett is moving to Gloucestershire.

 
 
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Jonathan Winsky (IP Logged)
24 January, 2019 19:10

 
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Jonathan Winsky (IP Logged)
25 January, 2019 18:46
At Surrey, Ryan Patel, Scott Borthwick, Conor McKerr, Mark Stoneman and Amar Virdi have extended their contracts until 2021, while Ollie Pope and Will Jacks have extended their contracts until 2022.

Rob Newton has extended his contract at Northamptonshire until 2020.

 
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Jon Artman (IP Logged)
27 January, 2019 22:12
Is there any news on if we are looking to recruit any new domestic/kolpak players for the new season? If financially viable I would like to see some fresh faces especially for the white ball competitions. Tia.

 
Re: ON THE MOVE OR GOING NOWHERE.
Jonathan Winsky (IP Logged)
27 January, 2019 22:37
Most counties seem to announce signings of domestic players just before or just after the season finishes, which makes it doubtful that Middlesex will sign any such players now, as I would have thought that any players attractive to us would be contracted to another county, which would mean that surely making such a signing would require us to pay compensation to said player’s present county. However, now Stuart Law has begun his role, maybe he will identify an area of weakness and insist that we attempt to make a signing or signings.

If we try to make a Kolpak signing, that would mean we would probably not have to worry about the player being contracted to another county, but will instead probably have to worry about whether such a player is available and how easy it would be to convince them to give up their international ambitions (unless they have already given up international cricket).

 
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Jonathan Winsky (IP Logged)
30 January, 2019 18:27
James Franklin has been appointed as Durham head coach on a contract until 2020, so congratulations to him on receiving his first major coaching role. Neil Killeen and Alan Walker have extended their contracts there for undisclosed lengths, with Killeen working as bowling coach and Walker working as “assistant coach with a focus on second-team cricket”.

 
 
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Jonathan Winsky (IP Logged)
01 February, 2019 19:28
At Surrey, Tom Curran and Ben Foakes have extended their contracts until 2021, while Sam Curran has extended his contract until 2020.

Ryan Davies has left Durham for personal reasons.

 
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Jonathan Winsky (IP Logged)
07 February, 2019 19:08
Northamptonshire have signed Jason Holder as their overseas player for their first two County Championship matches and first six Royal London Cup matches for the 2019 season. As West Indies captain, he is about to serve a one-match ban due to his team’s slow over rate, so the fact his spell at Northants will include a Championship match at home to Middlesex means that perhaps we will be in the rare position of having less to worry about compared to our opponents when it comes to the over rate.

Matthew Maynard has been appointed as Glamorgan’s interim head coach for the whole 2019 season.

 
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Jonathan Winsky (IP Logged)
08 February, 2019 19:16

 
 
 
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Jonathan Winsky (IP Logged)
16 February, 2019 19:54
At the conclusion of England’s tour to West Indies, Paul Farbrace will join Warwickshire as their sport director, which was the role Ashley Giles occupied before becoming managing director of England men's cricket.

 
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Sussex Seaxe (IP Logged)
20 February, 2019 11:01
I find the Farbrace news rather interesting. It seems he was offered the chance to take up the role after the Ashes, but turned it down, preferring to start imminently. Could there be less harmony in the camp than we think?

Longer term, I don't blame him at all. I have worked away quite a lot, although never for as long spells as an international cricket coach, nor in such glamorous locations! Although I enjoyed it, it does wear thin, constantly packing bags and turning up at different hotels and eating at tables for one. The appeal of a permanent base and a home life must be attractive to him.

 
 
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Jonathan Winsky (IP Logged)
22 February, 2019 18:35
At Hampshire, Mason Crane and Ian Holland have extended their contracts for undisclosed lengths.

 
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Jonathan Winsky (IP Logged)
26 February, 2019 19:55

 
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