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Holder, new captain of West Indies ODI side after Bravo

Jason Holder replaced Bravo as captain of West Indies in ODI’S .Holder has been named as captain to lead the squad in the five ODIs in South Africa. The young pacer and all-rounder has played 21 ODIs since his debut for West Indies. "We expect him as a captain for a very long time," said Clive Lloyd, chairman of selectors. "He has very good cricketing brain and has the makings of a very good leader."Selectors decided that now it is the time to make the change and Jason will have people around him to help and guide him as a captain. Some might say it's close to the time of next year's Cricket World Cup 2015 which is to be held in Australia and New Zealand, but we know that we have a good one-day team to do very well. "Dwayne Bravo, Darren Bravo, Pollard and Darren Sammy, the world up winning captain in T20, has been left out of the team for the series against South Africa and they were playing Big Bash league.


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