2014
10.20

Chairman of CARICOM, Antiguan Prime Minister Gaston Browne says the community is prepared to intervene in the dispute which led to the West Indies team withdrawing from their tour of India last week.
Browne in a statement from his office today said the community would intervene if there was an invitation for this from the West Indies Cricket Board and the West Indies players.

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2014
10.18

The BCCI is likely to claim damages of at least Rs 400 crore (US$65 million approx) from the WICB for West Indies having pulled out of the tour to India. The BCCI’s working committee will decide whether to go ahead with the claim at a meeting on October 21 in Hyderabad.

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2014
10.18

New Delhi: Former captain and West Indies Cricket Board selection committee chairman Clive Lloyd on Saturday apologised for the Caribbean team’s unprecedented move to pull out of remainder of India tour in the wake of an acrimonious pay dispute with WICB, saying that it was a mistake on the part of the players to have done so.

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2014
10.18

India’s cricket chiefs could take “serious action” against the West Indies, including possibly refusing to play a return series, for abandoning their tour because of an internal payment dispute, a top official said on Saturday (Oct 18).

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2014
10.17

The Board of Directors of the West Indies Cricket Board held an emergency meeting by teleconference today to discuss the developments with regard to the West Indies tour of India.

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2014
10.17

BCCI’s timeline of WI Tour Dispute

The BCCI would like to clarify that despite all its efforts, the Micromax Cup India vs West Indies ODI series has been curtailed because of the ongoing issue between WICB and its players, and the withdrawal of the WI team from the ongoing tour of India.

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2014
10.17

Sri Lanka is set to fill in the void created by the West Indian pull out from the ongoing Indian tour.

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2014
10.17

The BCCI is seriously contemplating reviewing the West Indies players’ participation in the cash-rich Indian Premier League as the ongoing series ended abruptly on Friday due to visiting team’s payment dispute with their own cricket board.

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2014
10.17

The West Indies Cricket Board advises, that, contrary to media reports, it has taken no decision to discontinue the ongoing tour to India.

The WICB will make a further statement following the conclusion of the Fourth One Day International which is in progress.

-WICB

2014
10.17

Dwayne Bravo, the West Indies One-Day International captain, said on Friday (October 17) that it was “time to make a decision” when it came to the ongoing pay dispute between the cricketers and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB).

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