Jeroen Smits, a former Netherlands wicketkeeper, has quiescent from his position on a KNCB house with evident effect. A press recover from a KNCB indicated that Smits, a technical executive of “Top Cricket”, felt accountable for a team’s bad performances in a World Cup Qualifiers in New Zealand, where they finished seventh.
“The Netherlands group faces a new duration of during slightest 4 years outward of top-flight cricket. A new Dutch group will have to be built up,” Smits said. “That’s a charge that needs new faces”.
An old-style wicketkeeper who could bat a little, Smits was one of a many constant members of a team’s 2003 and 2007 World Cup sides. He done 44 general appearances, including 38 full ODIs, and has 49 dismissals behind a wicket to his credit. He had been a member of a house given Dec 2012, carrying formerly served as a authority of selectors.