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The USA Cricket Association has moved to distance itself from suspended executive secretary Kenwyn Williams, with a spokesman telling ESPNcricinfo that Williams “no longer has the rights to represent the association”.
Williams’ future will be discussed at the USACA AGM in Florida on November 10 but the spokesman said the board may bring this forward in view of what was described as “ongoing unprofessional and non-compliant behaviour”. Williams has continued to attack individuals on the board, journalists and even the ICC on social media outlets.
“He is suspended and no longer has a role in US cricket,” the spokesman said, adding that much of what Williams was posting contained “serious factual inaccuracies”.
Of most concern is his continuing use of USACA headed paper to publish official-looking letters as well as his leaking of private board business which contravenes agreements on confidentially which binds all board members.
“If he continues to do this we will consider all options,” the spokesman concluded.
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