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HEADLINE: DARREN BRAVO AVAILABLE TO PLAY AGAIN WITHIN CRICKET WEST INDIES

 
CaribbeanCricket.com 2017-07-13 12:23:57 

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – Cricket West Indies (CWI) have today confirmed that batsman Darren Bravo is available with immediate effect to play in all forms of cricket, following his apology to CWI and the President, Dave Cameron.


President Cameron said:


“In early November 2016, I gave an interview to SportsMax TV during which I discussed player retainer contracts and the grades of contract that had been awarded to certain players. In the course of the interview I stated that Darren Bravo had previously been on an ‘A’ contract, which I have since been advised is not correct. I apologize for the misstatement, and wish to assure Mr. Bravo that there was no insult or offense intended towards him. Darren is a senior cricketer who has been a valuable part of the WINDIES set up for a long time, and I would hope to see his game continue to progress and mature, at both regional and international level.”

Darren Bravo issued the following statement:
"On the 11th day of November 2016, after viewing statements made
about me by Mr. Dave Cameron, President of the Cricket West Indies, on a television sports programme, I tweeted a response which referred to the President which was, in retrospect, inappropriate. As I have always tried to uphold the best traditions of West Indies Cricket and its players, I now therefore wish to withdraw the comment made on my Twitter account and apologize to the President of CWI and to all WINDIES fans.


I look forward to continuing to play a positive role in both the West Indies' senior men’s team and regional cricket, as well as helping to grow and develop cricket in the region at all levels."


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sgtdjones 2017-07-13 12:35:02 

Cameron is still the Big Ediot!!!

Why did this take so long?

Vindictiveness will be Cameron legacy.

So how much money did this cost CWI?

twisted twisted twisted

 
CricketLuva4 2017-07-13 12:42:33 

In reply to CaribbeanCricket.com

about me by Mr. Dave Cameron, President of the Cricket West Indies, on a television sports programme, I tweeted a response which referred to the President which was, in retrospect, inappropriate. As I have always tried to uphold the best traditions of West Indies Cricket and its players, I now therefore wish to withdraw the comment made on my Twitter account and apologize to the President of CWI and to all WINDIES fans.


But I thought there was no proof that he tweeted said response. cool

 
rubberd 2017-07-13 12:50:01 

In reply to sgtdjones

WIPA had the opportunity to be a part of this solution instead Cameron's friends Wavell and Wayne Lewis sided with Cameron under the guise that Bravo was not a member of WIPA. Governance issues with respect to player sanction is a WIPA issue whether a member or not because the relationship with players is governed by rules.

 
sgtdjones 2017-07-13 12:51:15 

In reply to rubberd

Since Dinas left WIPA is a pussy.

evil evil evil

 
tigga 2017-07-13 12:59:12 

Whatta DeTweeter smile

 
rubberd 2017-07-13 13:02:48 

In reply to sgtdjones

Compare with Australia where the current senior cricketers actually make the decisions. Here WIPA is controlled by ex-players who no longer play and are also member of the regional boards clear conflicts of interest. Wavell needs to do the honorable thing and resign.

 
doosra 2017-07-13 13:15:48 

lawsuit is a funny thing eh

 
sgtdjones 2017-07-13 13:16:22 

In reply to rubberd

I am aware Dinas would consult with players before a decision is made,
The irony Dinas told me he has very high regards for Wavell when he was elected to lead WIPA.

I wonder if such exists now.

 
rubberd 2017-07-13 14:22:49 

In reply to sgtdjones

Dwayne Bravo said it best

10) WIPA is receiving in addition to the 3% of all players earnings, a sum of $500,000.00 USD annually from WICB (1% 0f WICB Revenue) once this new agreement remains.


$500,000 USD that is alot of Jamacian dollars to look the other way.

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XDFIX 2017-07-13 16:10:33 

In reply to rubberd

It's time for Yardies to have their mouth in the trough

 
Stilbatn 2017-07-13 16:18:12 

In reply to sgtdjones

Ask Daren Bravo

 
Emir 2017-07-13 17:56:35 

In reply to CaribbeanCricket.com

No Bravo No, No apology was needed to that cancer. I understand why you needed to do it and I look forward to you back in the team.

Know that WI cricket is not owned by Cameron and he is not the President of WI cricket, but only appointed by a corrupted institution that has hijacked WI cricket.

That his salary is paid for by revenues paid for and earned solely by the players whose swaet and blood is the only source of revenue.

That Cameron and the Board not an income producing and are an accounting liability.

 
Slipfeeler 2017-07-13 18:12:27 

Guys sometimes in life humility is the higher ground as we have to see the bigger picture or the end product. Importantly no one is larger or more relevant than WI cricket. They both put WI cricket ahead of personal grudges and pride, hence I respect them both, for whatever their personal motives. WI cricket has to take precedence!

 
DIEHARD 2017-07-13 18:30:48 

In reply to Slipfeeler

Slipfeeler...you seeing this thing solely as a fan..and what is best for you.

I wish Bravo had found a county contract and never came back until Cameron leave de work.

I jus wanna know how much longer Cameron coulda pretend all is well..wid dis team of shite stains..getting whipped by all and sundry