Sussex manager Ian Salisbury has left the club.
The former leg spinner was absent from recent championship games.
Sussex Chief Executive Rob Andrew said: “We would like to thank Ian for his contribution to the club over the past few years and wish him all the best for the future, whatever that may bring.
“He has helped build a very promising group of young players and we look forward to seeing them develop further in the years to come.”
Salisbury said: “I’ve really enjoyed my time in Sussex over the past two years and the trip has really helped me after the loss of my wife. For me and my daughter, however, looking for a new challenge is the right thing to do.
“I would like to thank the backroom staff, ground staff, foundation, office staff, catering and stewards for their support throughout my time at Hove.
“Whoever succeeds from me will inherit a very talented local squad that, with top-down support, is ready to fly for years to come.”
Sussex ended the 2022 season with a goalscoring draw against Glamorgan yesterday.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/sport/22955258.ian-salisbury-leaves-sussex-coaching-role/?ref=rss Ian Salisbury is leaving the Sussex coaching role