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Gus Logie, the Bermuda coach, says he knows "what the problems are, now we are interested in finding solutions" to his side's constant bickering and sniping, and their consistently poor form on the field.
In an extensive interview with the Royal Gazette Logie bluntly accepts that a change is mindset will be vital if Bermuda are ever to seriously challenge the upper echelons of cricket's established order. But he also offers an explanation to their continually poor results.
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