CRICKET: Ramdin says role in abandoned tour of India caused him T&T captaincy
West Indies wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin has again accused the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board of axing him as national captain because of his role in the abandoned tour of India.
Though the T&T Cricket Board rejected the player’s initial allegations in a statement earlier this week, Ramdin reiterated that he had been told that he would not be appointed captain.
Ramdin says he was told that he did not demonstrate proper leadership in the West Indies players’ controversial decision to abruptly quit the one-day series over a contracts and pay row with their union, WIPA.
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