Warwickshire coach Dougie Brown says that the Bears squad he has inherited are capable of matching the success he enjoyed as a player in the mid-1990s.
Six weeks away from the start of the new season, Brown cannot wait to see what the reigning county champions can produce in 2013.
“The balance in the squad at the moment is phenomenal,” he told BBC WM.
“The current squad are getting very close to being as good, if not better, than the squad of the mid-1990s.”
Brown was a key part of a Bears side that won seven trophies in five summers between 1993 and 1997, and he went on to win two more winners’ medals before retiring in 2006. Read more
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