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Darren Bravo opts out of South Africa tour
Pakistan Today

West Indies Cricket Board and players express sadness on the d...

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) said on Thursday it was extremely sad to hear of the passing of young Australian batsman Philip Hughes, following an injury he suffered during a first-class match on Tuesday at the Sydney ... Caribbean News Now!, 14 hours ago
Fudadin named for South Africa Test tour The Sports Campus, 6 days ago
Darren Bravo, the lone drop-out The Statesman, 1 week ago
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India TV

14 players signed by WICB for South Africa tour

A month after a pay dispute controversially derailed its tour to India, the West Indies Cricket Board has confirmed that 14 top-flight players have signed contracts committing them to a three-test series in South Africa. The Board of Control for ...
 India TV1 week ago Darren Bravo cites personal reasons for withdrawing from Windies' tour of Proteas  Ani News1 week ago Windies stars commit to SA tour  News241 week ago 14 Windies cricketers sign for SA  The Witness1 week ago
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Times Live South Africa

Windies players told to sign or sign off

The bad news is players who refused to sign contracts with the West Indies Cricket Board will not be on the flight. Last month, the West Indies team walked out of their tour to India because of a pay dispute with their cricket board and the West ...
 Times Live South Africa2 weeks ago
Mid Day

West Indies crisis: BCCI refuse to back down

By PA Sport | Posted 2 hours ago Secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket India, Sanjay Patel, has told Press Association there will be no backing down in the organisation's high stakes stand-off with the West Indies Cricket Board. ...
 Mid Day3 weeks ago ICC hopes India-West Indies settle dispute amicably  Rediff.com1 month ago BCCI claim huge losses, mull legal action against WICB  Rediff.com1 month ago Have Suffered Huge Losses Over WI Pull Out, Will Claim Damages: BCCI  Outlook1 month ago
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A worthy claim

The BCCI has the right to slam a damages claim worth `250 crore on the West Indies Cricket Board following their team’s withdrawal midway through the India tour. Given the fact that all tours are pre-approved, it was imperative on the WICB to resolve the ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago
IBNLive India News

West Indies cricket in $42m mess

West Indies Cricket Board officials are turning to Caribbean political leaders for support and guidance in the aftermath of a $42-million claim by the Board of Control for Cricket in India. The claim follows last month's abandonment of the West ...
 Times Live South Africa3 weeks ago WI Board turns to politicians  The Telegraph3 weeks ago Cricket: West Indies cricket chiefs …  Yahoo! India3 weeks ago West Indies cricket chiefs request help over Indian demands  IBNLive India News3 weeks ago
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One India

Clive Lloyd apologises for Windies' abrupt withdrawal from India tour

West Indies cricket team's chief selector and former captain Clive Lloyd has apologised for the national team's abrupt withdrawal from India tour because of a pay dispute between the country's cricket board and the players' union.Lloyd said that he ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Clive Lloyd apologises for Caribbean team's move to pull out of India tour  News on Air1 month ago Clive Llyod apologises for West Indies team calling off tour  DNA1 month ago Clive Llyod apologises for Windies team calling off tour  Business Standard1 month ago
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BBC

West Indies approach BCCI for 'mutually agreeable solution' on abandoned tour

The West Indies Cricket Board has asked the Board of Control for Cricket in India to work for a "mutually agreeable solution" over its demand for 26.2 million pounds as compensation for the former's decision to abandon its tour to India.The BCCI is ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago West Indies ask for India agreement  BBC3 weeks ago Will work with BCCI on 'mutually agreeable solution' to abandoned tour: West Indies  DNA India3 weeks ago WI board offers BCCI 'mutually agreeable solution' on abandoned tour  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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NDTV

West Indies impasse resolved

(IANS) / 4 November 2014 Report says players and board have reached an agreement. Bridgetown: There has been no formal word on the outcome of the recently held meeting aimed at solving the ...
 Khaleej Times3 weeks ago West Indies cricket impasse seems headed for resolution  RJR News Online3 weeks ago West Indies Cricket Impasse Ends: Reports  NDTV3 weeks ago West Indies cricket impasse resolved, says media report  ThatsCricket3 weeks ago
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IndiaTV News

'Sacked over phone'

There seems to be no end to the troubles of West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) as former coach Ottis Gibson Thursday accused the Board of sacking him over the telephone. According to a report published in the Jamaica Gleaner, Gibson categorically dismissed the ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago WICB sacked me over a telephone call: Former WI coach Gibson  Business Standard1 month ago
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