West Non-mainstream players break head mentor Richard Pybus has left after just three months in control.
The 54-year-old, who was selected in January, administered West Non-mainstream players’ 2-1 Test arrangement triumph over Britain in February and was because of leading them at the World Glass in Britain and Ribs.
Previous West Non-mainstream players batsman Floyd Reifer, 46, takes over as between time mentor for the World Glass beginning on 30 May.
Britain conceived Pybus will come back to his job as a superior executive.
Reifer, who played six Tests somewhere in the range of 1997 and 2009, was delegated following a Cricket West Non-mainstream players (CWI) executive gathering on Tuesday.
“It is a genuine benefit to be named to this position,” he said.
“I need to help reestablish pride to our fans here in the Caribbean and around the globe. We’re here to win, not simply content.”
The board said Reifer’s arrangement was a piece of a “plan to expand the usage of provincial specialized aptitude and assemble universal experience for Caribbean mentors”.
West Non-mainstream players begin their Reality Glass battle against Pakistan at Trent Scaffold on 31 May.
Chief of cricket Jimmy Adams said the board will begin an enrollment procedure “for the best accessible West Indian head mentor” following India’s voyage through the Caribbean in July and August.
Ricky Skerritt supplanted Dave Cameron as CWI president following a vote in Spring.
Cameron was censured over his arrangement of Pybus in January, with the previous chief Darren Sammy saying Pybus made a “wreck” in his past job as an executive of cricket.
West Non-mainstream players’ Test arrangement win was their first over Britain since 2009. They drew the one-day arrangement 2-2 and lost the Twenty20 arrangement 3-0.