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I don't think it's fair that the players should voice their opinion either way. We trust that process as players and if we can, just look forward to the cricket.

india Updated: Jan 31, 2003 23:59 IST
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Stephen Fleming (New Zealand skipper, on not playing in Kenya): I don't think it's fair that the players should voice their opinion either way. We trust that process as players and if we can, just look forward to the cricket.

Darryl Goodwin(Former Zimbabwe player): I don't have a crystal ball, but I am worried opposition groups will make some form of protest (during Zimbabwe matches), so you can't guarantee the total safety.

John Wright: There's a bit of quiet determination in the Indian squad, even the new players are talking of being successful, which is a very good sign.

Jimmy Rayani (Kenyan cricket chief): New Zealand have no valid reasons for the matches to be taken away. Every country can start acting the same way as them.

First Published: Jan 31, 2003 23:59 IST