Roberts slams 'meaningless' T20 series

Speaking on behalf of the Lord's Taverners, former West Indies fast bowler Andy Roberts says the West Indies are suffering from the Stanford saga. (00:00)

Interviewer: Andrew Miller

September 21, 2011

Posted by   on (September 21, 2011, 21:31 GMT)

Well said Andy Roberts. Sky should be ashamed of themselves for ordering these completely meaningless games to be played. Nobody wants them, both sides are massively understrength. The matches devalue international cricket as neither side is remotely near to their full strength. Perhaps Stanford should be allowed parole to be flown in to present the trophy.

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