by Zaheer E. Clarke
Published February 16, 2015
Hope, elation and victory, that’s how the West Indies tour of India had begun in October 2014. In one quick breath, pain, disappointment, and anger were all I was left clinging to. My head sunk, my heart ached, and my sleepless nights were all for nought. Hope disappeared, so too the West Indian players, and with that the 2014 West Indies tour of India was abandoned.
It’s been four months later, and the pain, disappointment and anger, not only still linger, but are breaking new frontiers. The stench from that India fiasco has unraveled to an all-time high, and it’s perfusing every aspect of West Indies cricket. Continue reading