BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Former director of the High Performance Centre, Toby Radford will serve as assistant coach of the West Indies team, starting from Australia’s tour of the Caribbean later this month.
In a release on Thursday, the West Indies Cricket Board confirmed that the 40-year-old Brit would assume the role “on a tour by tour basis”.
He will play the supporting role to head coach Ottis Gibson.
Radford made a sudden departure from the Barbados-based HPC early last April, less than a year after he took over at the institution.
At the time, it was indicated that he had vacated the post in order to pursue a career as a batting coach in his native England.
Radford was replaced by Jamaican Andre Coley.