Dwayne Bravo says “too much politics” is hurting West Indies cricket. The Trinidad and Tobago and West Indies all-rounder, who now finds himself restricted to representing the West Indies in Twenty20 Internationals, is currently in Australia to represent the Melbourne Renegades in the Big Bash T20 series.
Speaking to the media there, Bravo who was at the heart of the players’ walkout of the tour of India in 2014 said, “the relationship between players, board members and management staff needs to get stronger and tighter. They need to have a lot more honesty. There are a lot of dishonest people in charge at the moment.”
On Tuesday, both Chris Gayle and Andre Russell were forced to defend their absence from the Test team for the ongoing tour Down Under after Jason Holder’s squad were thumped by an innings and 212 runs in the first Test at Hobart.