Fired Selection Panel Suing

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link hawk Joined: Mar 31, 2007
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4/18/19, 8:36:27 PM 
Saw this on Barbados Today...who else saw this coming??

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link Larr Pullo Joined: Nov 12, 2002
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4/19/19, 5:50:53 AM 
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In reply to hawk

Frivolous law suits.

link methodic Joined: Jan 17, 2010
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4/19/19, 7:24:13 AM 
I am not consumed with arrogance or confidence as Shakespeare said,


fact you and shakespeare

link grugru Joined: Sep 29, 2013
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4/19/19, 7:51:47 AM 
If this goes to court Courtney will have to reveal if he ever received player selection instructions directly from anyone outside of that special eligibility panel cool

link Walco Joined: Jun 21, 2008
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4/19/19, 7:59:30 AM 
In reply to Larr Pullo

When was the last time anyone sued CWI and lost? smile

link DIEHARD Joined: Jan 11, 2006
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4/19/19, 8:45:58 AM 
In reply to Walco

We might be seeing history then

link asad664 Joined: Apr 18, 2019
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4/19/19, 8:59:22 AM 

link Walco Joined: Jun 21, 2008
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4/19/19, 9:27:31 AM 
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We will definitely be seeing history repeating itself

link Raggs Joined: Jan 11, 2004
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4/19/19, 9:34:06 AM 
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A new administration comes in and they obviously have a new regime so sweep away ...what the effing they expect?
As Game Of Thrones says 'Off With Their Heads!'
Compensation maybe for emotional damage? Ya must be inhaling a filled pipe of atmospheric madness!

link camos Joined: May 5, 2003
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4/19/19, 10:44:30 AM 
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you can make all the changes you want, that is not what they will be contesting in court, they are saying pay us and let us leave.

link solidrock Joined: Jan 15, 2009
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4/19/19, 10:51:54 AM 
I am sickened by the fact that these former selectors even come close to thinking they were doing a good job. Total rubbish this lawsuit. They should be grateful that their rubbish was stopped.

link camos Joined: May 5, 2003
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4/19/19, 10:53:31 AM 
In reply to solidrock
when we ever had good selectors?

link Walco Joined: Jun 21, 2008
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4/19/19, 11:01:20 AM 
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Who selected the squad recently beat England at home? And who stuck with players like Hope and Gabriel and others when folks were calling for them to be dropped? I actually thought the selection panel was doing a good job of identifying young talent and giving them a long run. But elections have consequences ...

link tc1 Joined: Jun 11, 2004
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4/19/19, 11:11:56 AM 
In reply to Walco

The new selectors approved the same make uip.of the team to Ireland.

link tc1 Joined: Jun 11, 2004
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4/19/19, 11:18:42 AM 
In reply to solidrock

Do you work. And when you do are you entitle to pay.
Accordin to the lawyer, Jimmy Adams give Browne a excellent evaluation.

link Slipfeeler Joined: Dec 21, 2015
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4/19/19, 11:29:38 AM 
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Only because it would have been reckless on the part of the new selectors to quickly discard current players without adequate time to reassess players. However, this cannot be taken as any indication that selection changes will not be made in the near future. There are no more complacency, friendism, automatic picks or entitled selections on the team. Players who refuse to perform consistently will be removed in short order. Friendism went with Browne and company.

link Walco Joined: Jun 21, 2008
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4/19/19, 11:43:05 AM 
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Are you saying that they victimized the same people that Browne and his panel victimized? smile

link FuzzyWuzzy Joined: May 31, 2005
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4/19/19, 11:54:34 AM 
In reply to Slipfeeler

Oh what short memories

Nobody remembers Joey carew and Lara with Roberts and ragunought?

And Gayle with findlay and pagon et al?

Nope friendism didn't start with Browne nor will it end with him.

link Veracity Joined: Mar 19, 2015
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4/19/19, 12:05:51 PM 
In reply to solidrock

Can you please inform us when the WI ever had good selectors outside of when they had exceptional players?

Too me the issue isn't the selectors but the players .....

link FuzzyWuzzy Joined: May 31, 2005
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4/19/19, 12:16:56 PM 
In reply to Veracity

You sir clearly are not west Indian
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link TheTrail Joined: Jun 7, 2008
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4/19/19, 12:39:03 PM 
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2: Joe Root
The right-handed batsman of England currently ranked 4th in ICC ODI ranking with the average of 51.52 and strike rate of 86.44 and highest score of 133 in ODI career. His name also includes in ICC world ODI eleven 2015. He is the finest player of England in all formats of the game.

3: Babar Azam
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4: Mitchell Starc
Australian fast bowler named as a leading wicket taker in world cup 2015 is ready to give tough time to his opponents again in next world cup. He became the fastest bowler to 100 ODI wickets in 2016 in only 53 matches. He has the ability to swing the ball late. He has 145 wickets with the economy of 4.96 in his ODI career.

Kane Williamson:
Kane, who is the current skipper of New Zealand team, exceptional talent, consistent and finest batsman in all three formats having more than 5000 runs with the average of 46.56 and a strike rate of 83.38 in his ODI career. He performed brilliantly in previous ICC champions trophy 2017 with the average of 81.33 which includes 1 century and 2 fifties. Let’s see if he manages to get his name in the list of highest run makers.


There is no bossman in that list, how come?
He doesn't count anymore? confused

link hawk Joined: Mar 31, 2007
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4/19/19, 1:01:18 PM 
it was a huge mistake of the new administration to immediately dispense of the current selection panel and coaching staff without expecting repercussions, this will always happen, the purpose is all wrapped up in insularity with the added perceived notion, these guys were doing the will of Cameron, Browne and his Panel will get little support from Posters, because generally posters on here were annoyed that their countrymen went unpicked. Highly unlikely these guys will lose their case and CWI will shell out more money.The current panel will suffer similar fate if they continue to pick Bajan players.

link Scar Joined: Nov 13, 2002
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4/19/19, 2:27:02 PM 
What are they suing for? Loss of income? Loss of stipends? Pride? Loss of fame?

link imusic Joined: Nov 12, 2002
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4/19/19, 4:00:46 PM 
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Who selected the squad recently beat England at home?

The same selectors that picked the T20 team against England at home

The same selectors that refused to select the so called “mercenaries”

The same selectors that refused to select Darren Bravo for 2 years

The same chief selector that called Dwayne Bravo a cancer and that he would never again play for West Indies

Bottom line, they actively supported and implemented discrimination against targeted players.

link Walco Joined: Jun 21, 2008
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4/19/19, 4:06:02 PM 
In reply to imusic

Yes, the same selectors. Glad you got that off your chest. By the way, those same selectors claim that they could only select from the pool of players that Cricket West Indies told them were eligible for selection. If that is indeed the case, your fire to an extent is directed at the wrong targets.

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