Star all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has joined his captain Darren Sammy in the attack on West Indies Cricket Board calling it the “most unprofessional” in the world and expressed doubts about a resolution being reached between the players and WICB on their pay dispute in the near future.
“Too many times people come down on the players. They questioned our commitment; they questioned whether we were really committed to West Indies cricket or is it just the money. A lot of people don’t understand the things we go through as players dealing with our board. It is the most unprofessional board in the world to me,” Bravo said, even as the victorious West Indies women’s team and a few players from the men’s champions side arrived to a heroes’ welcome as the country celebrated their clean sweep of the World T20 titles.
As Darren Sammy gave vent to his frustration in the aftermath of their triumph, WICB president Cameron slammed the skipper’s comments as “inappropriate”. Bravo said: “I’m not surprised by the president’s tweet, to be honest, because it is expected of him. He is someone very immature.”
Honour for Sammy
Darren Sammy’s success in captaining the West Indies to the World T20 title has been recognised by his native St Lucia after it was announced that the island’s main cricket ground would be renamed in his honour.