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December 23, 2008
Mike Hendrick has parted company with Derbyshire after four years as their bowling coach.
The move is a result of an internal restructuring by John Morris, the head of cricket. "I would like to thank Mike for the hard work he has put in during his time with Derbyshire," Morris said.
Don Amott, derbyshire's chairman, told the club's website: "First as a player and later as a coach, Mike has given the club long and distinguished service. I wish him all the very best for the future."
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