Tony Cozier, the West Indian cricket commentator, and writer, passed away at the Bayview Hospital in Beckles Road in Barbados earlier today. The 75-year-old, who has been one of the most revered voices in the cricketing world, fell seriously ill and was under doctors’ care from yesterday.
Winston Anthony Cozier was born in Barbados in July
Desperate to report the passing of great family friend, Tony Cozier. Not enough room here to pay sufficient tribute. Will miss him hugely— Jonathan Agnew (@Aggerscricket) May 11, 2016
What a sad day for cricket, especially WI cricket, and the fans. RIP Mr Cozier. Gone but you will never be forgotten 🙏🏾— Dwayne DJ Bravo (@DJBravo47) May 11, 2016
Go well Tony Cozier. You adorned our game. You loved it like a child and a parent. You had respect. You had dignity. And you had love.— Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) May 11, 2016
Cricket has lost one of its most trusted and endearing voice...watching cricket from the WI will never be same again. R.I.P. Tony Cozier— Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) May 11, 2016
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