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Veteran writer and commentator on Caribbean cricket
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West Indies cricket needs Legends' clout

May 1, 2016: CARICOM should maximise the support of the region's greatest players as the two parties push for overhauling the WICB's present structure

Tony Cozier

Legends-WICB tussle spells more bad news for West Indies

Apr 24, 2016: The WICB's rejection of the Legends' call for dissolution of the board shows that the management crisis is far from over

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The rise of the West Indies women's team

Apr 17, 2016: Their World T20 title was thanks largely to their players gaining experience playing around the world, following the WICB's takeover of the women's game

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World T20 win highlights friction between players and WICB

Apr 10, 2016: The victory in Kolkata was followed by more combative words from both parties. Little will change till the administration is overhauled

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Back home, joy and misgivings

Apr 6, 2016: The West Indies teams' performances on Sunday brought the Caribbean to life, but also raised old questions with no easy answers

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West Indies' chances will hinge on Benn and Badree

Apr 3, 2016: Whether or not their explosive batsmen fire in the final, the tight bowling by the spin duo will be fundamental to the outcome

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Remembering Rangy

Mar 27, 2016: The late West Indies offspinner played when spin was undervalued in the region. The success of the current lot in T20 would have pleased him

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Gayle and the art of work-life balance

Mar 20, 2016: Like the legendary Garry Sobers before him, the West Indian has not allowed his lifestyle to affect his batting

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Another review, another rejection expected

Mar 13, 2016: Four governance reviews of West Indies cricket have not been acted upon, because the board does not want change

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T20 specialists give weakened West Indies hope

Mar 6, 2016: They are sorely missing Sunil Narine and Kieron Pollard, but West Indies still have plenty of experience to take to the World T20

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The time for dialogue with the WICB seems past

Feb 28, 2016: Caribbean leaders plan to approach the ICC and BCCI and explore alternative options to improve the governance of West Indies cricket

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Should Alzarri Joseph be picked for West Indies?

Feb 21, 2016: Some of the best fast bowlers have been blooded young, and this Under-19 world champion has already impressed the likes of Wes Hall

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More to Ganteaume than his average

Feb 19, 2016: The late Trinidadian was a popular sportsman, sharp cricket analyst, witty, and never openly bitter about his short-lived Test career

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U-19 success heart-warming in desolate West Indian landscape

Feb 14, 2016: But where can these players go from here? The A team is nearly defunct, the first-class league weak, and the contracts issue is destroying the senior side

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Is mankading any worse than sledging?

Feb 7, 2016: Why do those who quote the spirit of cricket tend to do so only when it's convenient?

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Darren Bravo needs to step into Chanderpaul's big shoes

Jan 31, 2016: As the new leader of a very inexperienced batting line-up, Bravo needs to show he can be the anchor and the enforcer

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Remembering the mighty Shell Shield

Jan 26, 2016: West Indies' first-class tournament, which began 50 years ago, boasted famous names and unforgettable rivalries

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Reliable yet misunderstood

Jan 24, 2016: Shivnarine Chanderpaul was the bedrock of the West Indies middle order over 20 years. But the circumstances leading to his inevitable retirement weren't pleasant

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The dark stain of Allen Stanford on West Indies cricket

Jan 17, 2016: The imprisoned American billionaire offered the region an impossible cricketing dream that was just that

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Low pace-bowling stocks adding to West Indies' problems

Jan 10, 2016: Their most experienced seamers leaked runs and failed to take wickets in Australia, but where are the alternatives?

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