Darren Sammy

Life goes on.” Darren Sammy seems unperturbed relaying this. When quizzed on life after resigning as West Indies Test captain and retiring from that format of the game, he shrugs, nonchalantly. There is neither a disconsolate hunch nor disapproving words. Sammy seems relaxed and at peace, genuinely grateful for the opportunities given. When asked to summarize his post-Test career in …

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DWAYNE SMITH – On a Rampage

Dwayne Smith often wears the mask of a forlorn figure when it comes to West Indies cricket. He was a member of the team that won the 2012 World Twenty20 (T20) title in Sri Lanka, although he didn’t factor in as much as he’d have liked, but since December of that year, he’s been thrown into the wilderness. Smith however …

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Returning to the FOOTBALL ADMINISTRATION of the ‘old time days’ – Some Issues and Solutions

Trinidad & Tobago World Cup Team - 1966

Those who lived through the early years of football in T&T and have witnessed the levels of change, would know that most of the changes, particularly in the removal of the clubs and present lack of accountability, has weakened a football administration that was once cohesive. Football’s Golden Years: The 50’s and 60’s  Football was once the nation’s first love, and …

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