West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) president Dave Cameron has rejected claims that all-rounders Dwayne Bravo and Kieron Pollard were cut out from the World Cup squad as a result of their parts in the disputable relinquished voyage through India.
Not one or the other player was named in the 15-part squad Saturday to challenge the World Cup which bowls off in Australia and New Zealand one month from now. They were likewise ignored for the five-match arrangement against South Africa beginning Friday, reports CMC.
At the point when the squad for South Africa was affirmed a month ago, St Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves composed to Cameron to whine that the WICB had “shamed that endeavor” of not rebuffing any player included in the India visit exit.
On the other hand, Cameron stayed resolute the One-Day Internationals (ODI) squads for both the South Africa visit and the World Cup were chosen on legitimacy.
“We have not done a reversal on our assention. At the point in time we made it clear we would not like to utilize the phrasing that was being recommended, on the grounds that on the off chance that you rolled out any improvements to the group then that could be termed,” Cameron said Sunday.
“Along these lines we have been, firm that as a body we have endowed that relationship and that choice making to a portion of the greatest legends we have in West Indies cricket and their judgment is the thing that the board passes by.”
He included: “We have not restrained anyone. On the off chance that you discuss non-cricketing reasons, we have checked on the team report. Truly, we had an executive gathering yesterday (Saturday) and what we have done is survey the team report and acknowledged various the proposals for execution.”
The team was built by the WICB to examine the purposes for the surrendered visit and make proposals on the route forward.
Like the squad in South Africa, the World Cup unit will be skippered by newbie quick bowler Jason Holder who offered on the voyage through India last October.