West Indian contracts crisis

The relationship between West Indian players and their board has been rocky since 2005, largely over a new contract with Digicel. The situation has flared up sporadically with isolated strikes and other threats and actions. The latest incident was the decision of the players to abandon, midway, the 2014 tour of India

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Could white-ball contracts save West Indies?

The likes of England and New Zealand have them already, and West Indies need to consider them seriously if they are not to be deprived of their best players

Dwayne Bravo arrives at the toss with his team-mates

West Indies news

Board and players need to compromise - WICB president

West Indies Cricket Board president Dave Cameron has said that both the board and players need to "compromise" and have discussions to resolve the longstanding feud that has existed between the two parties ever since he got elected in March 2013

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WICB in a corner over India pullout issue

The only way it can be saved is if the BCCI decides to go easy on its compensation claims relating to the abandoned tour last year

Dwayne Bravo arrives at the toss with his team-mates

The West Indies crisis

'WICB must build pillars of trust'

The task force appointed by the WICB to assess the contracts dispute that led to the abandonment of the tour of India has said that all three parties were at fault

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West Indies contracts crisis

Lara counsels trust-building to defuse crisis

Former West Indies captain Brian Lara has called the recent pull-out by West Indies from the India tour should be treated as a "watershed" moment in Caribbean cricket

West Indies contracts crisis

'WICB must regain players' trust' - Lara

West Indies legend Brian Lara says a lack of trust is causing the deadlock between the players and the West Indies board, and calls for better communication between the two parties