Beuran glad Gogga is staying with Cobras
According to Beuran Hendricks, Cape Cobras coach Paul Adams has regained the dressing room's trust after a bitter dispute rocked the Cape franchise.
The left-arm seamer said everything was on track. He said he was in the camp that gave Adams the benefit of the doubt.
A WCC panel review led by a group of independents cleared the former Proteas left-arm spinner of wrongdoing after the complaint laid by 14 contracted players at the end of last season.
"From my perspective, there were guys who felt that something fresh was needed and they took it into their own hands what they felt they should do. The process happened very smoothly and it went in the correct manner.
"I'm glad that everything has settled now with the fact that we can move on with Paul still on board," Hendricks said.
"Everyone is going to have their favourites and ... have a different opinion on things. Some had their opinions on whether he should go or not and some mulled... whether he should stay. The board took it into their own hands to ensure everyone's opinion was heard so we can move forward with or without him."
Boardroom and dressing room unhappiness tend to permeate onto the field, but Hendricks is convinced the team will be able to put up unified and consistent performances.