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From Kerry Packer's World Series Cricket to West Indies' walkout of their tour of India in 2014, five instances when player-pay disputes affected international cricket
The stand-off is mainly over annual retainer contracts, which the West Indies players have been reluctant to sign since October 2008
West Indies' interim coach has backed his players to put in a strong performance in the upcoming Champions Trophy
Floyd Reifer credited his team's fielding display as a major factor in its win over Bangladesh in the only Twenty20 international in St Kitts
Shridath Ramphal's confidence is heartening. It would be a masterstroke if he manages to influence a binding accord between the WICB and WIPA
Bangladesh imploded spectacularly at the top to be restricted for a below-par 118 which West Indies overhauled without hardly breaking a sweat
Shakib Al Hasan has been a terrific find with bat and ball in Tests and ODIs
Bangladesh held their nerve despite wobbles at significant junctures to complete a whitewash in St Kitts.
John Dyson, the West Indies coach, has said his team played well against Bangladesh but lacked the experience to push for wins
Mashrafe Mortaza, the Bangladesh captain, has said he would happily step down and let Shakib Al Hasan continue leading the side if the board so wanted
The West Indian supporters are desperate for something to cheer from its cricketers, but are WIPA and the WICB listening?
Kemar Roach has been fined 10% of his match fees for bowling two beamers, and his captain Floyd Reifer received an official reprimand for failing to prevent this
Bangladesh sealed their first ODI series win against West Indies by way of their highest successful chase in the limited-overs format
Shakib Al Hasan lauded his team for achieving their first series win against West Indies while Floyd Reifer asked for patience with his young team
Grenada's cricket chief, Cecil Greenidge, has called the low turnout for the second Test between West Indies and Bangladesh at the National Cricket Stadium a "great disappointment" and a "disaster"
Floyd Reifer has said while he is happy with the balance of the team, the top-order batting remains
Floyd Reifer, the West Indies captain, has said his team has learnt from the loss in the Test series and is confident of handing Bangladesh their first defeat of the tour in Sunday's one-dayer
Shakib Al Hasan was the architect of Bangladesh's success as he delivered a fine allround performance to lead his team to a 52-run win in Dominica
Richard LeTang has said that he will respond favourably to West Indies coach John Dyson's requests for pitches with pace and bounce
The Bangladesh captain said the team had been playing good cricket in the past seven to eight months