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CPL 2021: Who will captain the St Lucia Zouks?

CPL 2021: Who will captain the St Lucia Zouks?

CPL 2021: Who will captain the St Lucia Zouks?

Who will captain the St Lucia Zouks: The Caribbean Premier League (CPL 2021) is to get underway by 28th August in St Kitts & Nevis and the franchises are coming with their retained and released players ahead of the draft to pick preferred ones. As per the latest CPL 2021 News, Darren Sammy has stepped down as the captain of the St Lucia Zouks. The news is so far the wrenching one for the Zouks’ fans as they await a new skipper now.

Sammy had led the team to the final of the 2020 season but eventually lost against Trinbago Knight Riders who won their fourth title of the league. Preferably, the Caribbean player will be looking to the non-playing roles as he is determined to join the roles of coach, consultant, or brand ambassador.

In a CPL release, Sammy added that his journey has been glorious with Zouks and the team will always be a family to him. He believes it is time to shift to the coaching roles. He uttered,

It’s been an absolute pleasure to have led and been a part of the St Lucia Zouks from its inception. Even though some may say good things must come to an end it will not be in this instance. St Lucia Zouks and I will always be a team. But since venturing into coaching, I realise I have a new passion that can allow me to still contribute and play a part in taking the franchise forward on its quest to winning a CPL title and developing future heroes.

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CPL 2021: Who will captain the St Lucia Zouks?

However, there are no speculations about who might be the next captain. Retaining the five names, the franchise selected Andre Fletcher, Kesrick Williams, Rahkeem Cornwall and Roston Chase. They will be joined by Obed McCoy, Mark Deyal. It is pertinent to mention here that the team is now obliged to fulfill the remaining 10 spots and they will choose from the available list in the CPL player draft 2021.

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