Trinidad Guardian – Former West Indies opener Philo Wallace has rubbished talk that the president of the Cricket West Indies (CWI) and his board is responsible for the poor showing of the team in England.

Summary

  • Former West Indies opener Philo Wallace has rubbished talk that the president of the Cricket West Indies (CWI) and his board is responsible for the poor showing of the team in England.
  • The West Indies team bowed to England inside three days by an innings and 209 runs, in the historic first day/night Test match in England.
  • According to Wallace: “The last time I looked at the squad that was chosen for England I did not see the name Dave Cameron on it.
  • The just concluded Test match England versus Windies once again showed that our bowlers lacked consistency both in line and length.
  • The West Indies team has been has seen some rough times ever since their invincibility was broken in 1995 by Australia.


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