Ross Taylor’s captaincy saga not over yet

By Paul Thomas In Sport

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Lance Armstrong has come cleanish, but New Zealand Cricket (NZC) is sticking with the three wise monkeys’ approach – see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil – in the ongoing controversy over Ross Taylor’s axing. To recap: in Sri Lanka last November, coach Mike Hesson told Taylor he was being relieved of the captaincy, end of story, according to Taylor; only for the 20- and 50-over forms of the game, according to Hesson. Taylor was certainly offered the test captaincy when the team returned home. He rejected it, said publicly that the NZC/Hesson party line wasn’t to be believed ...

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