'He was the reason I loved West Indies': Cricket fraternity pays tribute to Tony Cozier

As the news spread social media exploded, and hundreds of fans and followers of Cozier's silken voice and cricketers past and present mourning his demise. Here's a selection of what Twitterati had to say:

FP Sports May 12, 2016 12:06:40 IST
'He was the reason I loved West Indies': Cricket fraternity pays tribute to Tony Cozier

The voice of West Indies cricket, Tony Cozier, will speak no more; the 75-year-old cricket commentator and writer passed away following a brief illness and hospitalisation in his native Barbados.

As the news spread social media exploded, with tributes to the legend. Cricket players, fans and his peers expressed shock at the news and mourned his demise.

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