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All the good which the West Indies cricketers might have done just over a month ago here in the warm, tropical climate of the Caribbean, evaporated in a matter of days in the cold, wintry weather of England. For the West Indies Cricket Board and the West Indies Team it’s back to the drawing broads.

The comprehensive 2-0 defeat, both well within the five days of the Test matches, to the old enemy on their own territory could hardly have been surprising.

Not only did it put a stop to the positive advances which Chris Gayle’s team made in the Caribbean, it sent the WICB and windies team back to square one.

The truth of the matter is leadership, both on and off the field, is lacking. As a people we are finding it difficult to attract the right caliber of players – those with a renewed and meaningful spirit that will make a conscious effort to improve the standard of the game in the region, and to lead us out of our current dilemma.

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Liverpool sound city 2009

By chance, if you’re near the St Peter’s Square in Liverpool, England on Saturday 23rd May from around 12noon to 7pm – go checkout Nelly Stharre and Nasio Fontaine live at the LIVERPOOL SOUND CITY 2009.

It’s a free event, so please go out and show your support to two of Dominica’s top musicians. For more information visit Liverpool Sound City 2009 website.

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There is an interesting discussion going on around the Caribbean – is football the new Cricket? Over on BBC Caribbean, Jack Warner, Vice president of the International Football Federation (FIFA) believes that test cricket is dead in the Caribbean.

Mr. Warner feels that football has taken over from cricket and that it has a more promising future. He is also of the view that twenty-twenty is the way to go.

Listen to his pronouncement on test cricket below.

[Source: BBC Caribbean] Jack Warner on cricket and football.

Is Jack Warner right? Have your say in the comments.

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