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Botham to succeed Gatting at PCA

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The Professional Cricketers' Association (PCA) has announced that Sir Ian Botham will succeed Mike Gatting as its president.
Botham said: "I'm very proud, and will do all I can to ensure players continue to be looked after and championed."

PCA group chairman Tim O'Gorman added: "Ian will bring a fresh perspective and help build further profile for the PCA.

"I would also like to thank Mike for the huge amount of time and undying commitment he has given."

Gatting served the PCA in the honorary ambassadorial role for nearly two decades but is leaving his post after becoming the ECB's new managing director of cricket partnerships.

Meanwhile, former Hampshire player Sean Morris has been appointed group chief executive, replacing Richard Bevan who has become chief executive of the League Managers' Association.

Jason Ratcliffe is promoted from group director to assistant chief executive.
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