(Antigua Observer) Former West Indies captain and National Hero, Sir Vivian Richards, had some harsh words for the administrators of West Indies cricket following the senior team’s poor showing against England during their recent three-match ODI home series.
West Indies were defeated 3-0 in the series with their latest being a 186-runs loss in Barbados, their worst ever against England.
Sir Viv believes the team’s performance is a reflection of how the sport is being governed at the regional level.
“When you look at the second match, we were in a wonderful position for us to have accomplished levelling the series here in Antigua, but that didn’t happen. As I said before — and maybe people might think I am having a knock at the Board again — but unless you get some proper leaders at the top, then our cricket is going to take some time to get back to its rightful status,” he said.