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Administration ineptitude
« on: January 21, 2018, 01:17:14 PM »
In any other place with a reputable sports administration, the coach and selectors would all present their letters of resignation.  The results of the Trinidad and Tobago cricket team, has been a disgrace for the last several years, with blame to be shared by everyone. Administrators lead by putting in place programs to ensure success or at least be competitive. While Guyana continues to win, the Red Force has made only backward steps. It has been a repeat of bad performances followed by worse ones' optimistic press proclamations followed by abjectly inept performances on the field. Truly, it appears to be a duplicate of the senior West Indies team which continues to produce serial disappointing performances sprinkled with one-off performances that continually crush the pride of every West Indies cricket fan. So, it is time for a new approach with new leadership that understands, and can produce, methods of coaching and leadership that provides hope for success. To the administration of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board, please give someone else a chance to lead us out of this season of pain and shame.  Do the honorable thing and resign.   
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Re: Administration ineptitude
« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2018, 10:49:14 PM »
In all fairness, TT had an average of 7 players missing per match.

It irked me to see TT fumble against Guyana while Pooran and Bravo were playing cricket in TT.
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Re: Administration ineptitude
« Reply #2 on: January 25, 2018, 03:34:40 PM »
In all fairness, TT had an average of 7 players missing per match.

It irked me to see TT fumble against Guyana while Pooran and Bravo were playing cricket in TT.
Barbados and Guyana were also missing players, though not as many. But that's part of the problem! Why weren't Bravo and Pooran selected? It is partly the shabby way our players are treated and the poor forward planning. A supposed misunderstanding or miscommunication that prevents Bravo from being selected is unforgivable in this age of technology.
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