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Where do you think West Indies will go from here?
They won the World Twenty20. What next?
Do you think they will defend their World Twenty20 title in 2014?
Not sure, but they will all be winners at
Dancing with the Stars
No, but the format and schedule will be structured to suit them
Don't know, but they'll play in front hundred thousand screaming fans and a billion others watching at home
Do you think they will become an unbeatable side at home?
Maybe not, but cricket will become more competitive because of them
Yes, because they'll produce tracks that favour them
Yes, no one will be able to move to the beats like they do
Do you think they can be as dominating as the West Indies of the '80s?
They will invent the concept of Total Cricket
West Indies of the '80s were nothing. They'll be as big as MJ of the '80s
Where do you see them in ten years from now?
Struggling without Chris Gayle, with a rubbish first-class system, and producing players who can only play Twenty20 cricket
Getting Russian oil barons and Middle East sheikhs interested in investing in them
Do you think West Indies can capture the imagination of the Americans?
Yes, just like Beatles did
To an extent. But the Americans just don't know what's good for them
Among expats, of course
Will we see full stadiums in West Indies for Tests?
Not unless some celebrities are turning up for the game
Packed stadiums, team songs, hooliganish fans…
Yes, and two-day long queues for tickets, simultaneous Youtube telecast, players arriving to play in meat dresses to celebrate the butchering of the opposition…
Do you think West Indies players will continue to opt out of national commitments to play the IPL?
West Indies will have enough money to float their own glamorous Twenty20 league
Of course, it's very important. Look how it revived Akon and UB40's careers
Yes, I'm afraid in the future, clubs will become bigger than national sides
Do you think the constant battles between the West Indies board and the players association will now come to an end?
No, how can you avoid battles when your players become prima donnas and are paid more than a hundred thousand a week
Yes, because the board will get plenty of advertising and corporate money and become so powerful that it won't allow a dissenting body to exist
Battles benefit everyone. Just ask Kanye and Swift
West Indies are popular for the joy with which they play. Do you think they will retain that in the coming years?
There's little joy to be had once fans start burning effigies and stoning your houses
Sure, sure "We Are the World" style
A Yes, they'll be like Brazil of the old - dancing their way to victory n indication that you must dig deep
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