A piece that was published a few days ago in the New Zealand Herald has Daniel Richardson suggesting that a change in New Zealand's captaincy will have little effect on the performances of the team despite the recent Test win in Sri Lanka.
He points to the lack of a genuine Test quality spinner despite Daniel Vettori's presence, the questionable selection process over the wicket-keeper and Kane Williamson's position in the side being tinkered with. With regards Williamson I can only presume the writer is talking about his position in all formats of the game because he's been a fairly constant presence at number three in the Test team in recent times. Whether his game is suited to T20 cricket, I'm not quite so sure and a focus on the longer forms may be a more sensible option.
Richardson also promotes BJ Watling for the gloves, a change that has been made ahead of the SA series.
Daniel Richardson: Changing the skipper won't solve problems - Black Caps - NZ Herald News