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HEADLINE: Simmons got permission to attend funeral - Johnny Grave

 
CaribbeanCricket.com 2020-06-29 13:35:08 

West Indies head coach Phil Simmons was granted permission to attend his father-in-law’s funeral in England last Friday. That’s the word from Cricket West Indies CEO Johnny Grave, who was responding to queries from Sportsmax.TV.

Simmons has been self-isolating since and will only be permitted to re-join the team on Thursday, July 2, if he returns two negative Covid-19 tests.

“Yes, he left to go to his father-in-law's funeral on Friday and is now going through the re-entry process having had his whole exit and entry approved and managed by the medical teams,” Grave said.

Read more at SportsMax


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openning 2020-06-29 14:09:17 

Ragg: Sackable offence. Even if he was given permission then that personel who gave it needs to be dismissed too.

Get the facts bro.

 
Larr Pullo 2020-06-29 14:54:28 

In reply to openning

Why should both Johnny Grave and Coach Big Phil not be sacked?

 
newdread 2020-06-29 15:01:50 

In reply to Larr Pullo

Wahppen....yu cyaan read? His attendance was approved and managed by the medical personnel overseeing the tour protocols


big grin

 
openning 2020-06-29 15:05:35 

In reply to Larr Pullo
Should the English management be sack, when Stokes attends his child birth?

 
Larr Pullo 2020-06-29 15:09:08 

In reply to newdread

Chief Medical Officers of Cricket West Indies


How many chief medical officers does CWI have? It seems like de whole a dem avoiding taking de blame...like Trump. lol lol lol

 
FuzzyWuzzy 2020-06-29 15:41:22 

In reply to openning

Not Stokes

 
Barry 2020-06-29 16:30:38 

In reply to Larr Pullo
sack the whole board and Burnham too
razz

 
openning 2020-06-29 18:28:14 

In reply to FuzzyWuzzy
Joe Root

England skipper Joe Root is set to miss the opening Test against West Indies next week to attend the birth of his second child.

 
Halliwell 2020-06-29 19:25:04 

Birth and death transcend cricket
Relax

Hetmyer, Paul and Bravo should be sacked forever?

 
imusic 2020-06-29 20:38:31 

In reply to Halliwell

As long as Oshane, Bonner, and Blackwood get permanent spots outta it, Raggs happy like pappy cool

Now for Junior Bennett to be head coach, Cameron to come back, and Wavell as WIPA President.......wait.....wavell is......anyways......Raggs glad bag buss lol

 
Halliwell 2020-06-30 07:54:54 

In reply to imusic

lol

Bring back Bucknor too?

 
Raggs 2020-06-30 14:46:18 

Ok let's be objective and move the insularity spot out of this box
The coach in question, has he earned the right to take such liberties?
He is a coach not a manager that's a hands on job to a junior team trying to find their way into test cricket.

The likes of Alex Ferguson was there every single day with his troops until his dynasty was built then he took a view from his office and joined in the training and drills when he felt it was necessary.

 
openning 2020-06-30 15:55:58 

In reply to Raggs
Seeing you is part of the medical staff that set the protocol for the tour, and gave him and Root the time off to attend family birth and death.
Why bitch now?

 
Raggs 2020-06-30 16:09:31 

In reply to openning

If Bennet King did what Simmo done in his early stages of his coaching tenure, you would be talking from the other side of your mouth.

 
Halliwell 2020-06-30 16:14:25 

In reply to Raggs

Put aside insularity? You funny

Are you married?
Could your job, a job in sports, send her to the funeral herself because you working?

 
openning 2020-06-30 17:13:55 

In reply to Raggs

If Bennet King did what Simmo done in his early stages of his coaching tenure, you would be talking from the other side of your mouth.

Dude I believe a Head coach should have his own team, and should be making all the decisions during play.
Bennett King, Phil, Otis are all the same to me.
This is a unique situation, one I have never witness before, Phil and Joe Root were in the same boat, one the health of his father in law, the other the birth of his child.
They were both given permission to attend.

 
Barry 2020-06-30 22:24:01 

In reply to Raggs
Benett King is your man or wha?

razz

 
Barry 2020-06-30 22:25:26 

In reply to Raggs

Ok let's be objective and move the insularity spot out of this box
The coach in question, has he earned the right to take such liberties?
He is a coach not a manager that's a hands on job to a junior team trying to find their way into test cricket.

Explain hands on, Sir Elton
razz

 
imusic 2020-07-01 03:28:27 

The likes of Alex Ferguson was there every single day with his troops until his dynasty was built then he took a view from his office and joined in the training and drills when he felt it was necessary



Sir Alex Ferguson only ever missed three Man United games while he was manager.
One was so he could attend his son’s wedding.

One was for his brother’s wife’s funeral.

And the other was so he could scout David de Gea.


SOURCE

 
Raggs 2020-07-01 13:07:51 

In reply to imusic

what did I seh? Sir Alex Ferguson earned that right to miss that game to attend a funeral the year was 2000. The man been managing Man Utd since 1985 and won everything in sight for the legendary club by then
If his brothers wife had died around 1987 when he was still finding his feet in the job and I must say he was struggling under the weight of that job, would he had then at such a delicate time, attended that funeral?