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Estwick replaces Ambrose as Windies pace consultant

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Curtley Ambrose, the former West Indies fast bowler, has said the decision to remove him as West Indies' bowling consultant came as "a bit of a shock". 
Ambrose was replaced with Roddy Estwick on the weekend.
The Antiguan said head coach Phil Simmons told him the decision was made because Simmons wanted someone who is "more technical" to coach the team's fast bowlers.
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