Sir Everton not happy Sammy’s gone

By Nation News Barbados

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sir-everton-weekes-0313163435-450x303NATION NEWS – ONE OF THE legendary Three Ws, Sir Everton Weekes, has given his disapproval of the sacking of West Indies captain Darren Sammy as well as the carnival-like behaviour of the regional players when they perform simple acts.

While speaking on the sideline at the launch of Clarence Hiles’ book, 50 Barbadian Sporting Greats, at the Barbados Olympic Headquarters yesterday, Sir Everton said that Sammy may have been unfortunate to have been dumped after leading the West Indies to two World T20 titles.

 “I am not sure that this changing of the captain is the right thing for West Indies cricket as I am not sure that the best players are representing the West Indies. Most of the best players are playing the shorter version of the game and I believe that they can make a contribution to Test cricket.


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  1. The West Indies cricket board h"nt got a clue they are only there 4 the money that's y all the good player r interested in the t20 they don't want to pay the players good money our cricket will never pick up again not in the rest of my life time unless they change

  2. I am happy to see that it's not only St. Lucians who are disappointed about the matter.


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