Esteemed commentator and the voice of West Indies cricket, Tony Cozier, has passed away, aged 75. Cozier had been admitted to Bayview Hospital in Beckles Road in Barbados and was said to be under doctors' care and in a critical condition.
Winston Anthony Cozier was born in July 1940 in Barbados and became one of cricket's great voices. Cozier is said to have covered almost every cricket series involving the West Indies series since 1962. He has donned many hats during his lifetime, and is one of the most respected cricket writers, broadcasters and historians from the Caribbean.
Born to Jimmy Cozier, a journalist based out of Barbados who founded the Barbados Daily News and was the managing editor of the St Lucia Voice, Tony Cozier went on to become one of West Indies cricket's more prominent voices, writing several books and providing commentary for many TV and radio networks channels.
Legendary commentator Tony Cozier passes away at the age of 75
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