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Taylor never clicked with NZ coach
Ross Taylor says being stripped of the New Zealand cricket captaincy was inevitable given his dysfunctional relationship with coach Mike Hesson.
He just didn't think it would happen this quickly.
Taylor said his decision to pull out of the tour of South Africa starting this month and to turn down an offer to remain as Test skipper was difficult but one he made for the benefit of himself and the team.
Brendon McCullum will lead the Black Caps in all three forms of the game after strained relations between Taylor and Hesson since July reached a very public conclusion on Friday.
An emotional Taylor said he felt like he had received no support from team management since Hesson was appointed to replace mens coach outlet John Wright.
"With everything that had happened, I didn't think I was able to give 100 per cent."
Taylor said he and Hesson never clicked.
"After my first meeting with the guy as coach, my dad asked me what I thought. I said 'I don't think I'll be in the job longer than 12 months'. I was wrong it was six months," Taylor said.
"In this job, you meet a lot of coach factory outlet purses people and you get vibes. The way he (Hesson) was talking to discount coach bags outlet store me and the way he was talking about me, I thought was a bit strange."
Taylor was disappointed Hesson had told him about his captaincy intentions outlet coach bags just four days out from the first Test against Sri Lanka last month.
He said he found it hard to keep the news private from all his teammates aside from close friend Martin Guptill.
He also said he coach factory outlet online sale didn't sleep for any more than three hours a night for the remainder of the tour.
Taylor hopes the relationship with Hesson will be better when he returns to the national team as player only. That is expected to be for the home series against England beginning in February.
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