Friday, 07 November 2014 - 12:44
West Indies ask for agreement with India after abandoned tour
The West Indies Cricket Board has asked the Board of Control for Cricket in India for a "mutually agreeable solution" over its demand for 26.2 million pounds.
The BCCI is pursuing compensation after West Indies players abandoned a tour of India in October in a dispute with their own board over pay.
West Indies left India four matches into a five-game one-day international series, with a Twenty20 and three Tests still to play.
The Caribbean board said that, contrary to speculation, Richie Richardson had not been replaced as team manager, though there was no mention of the futures of Test captain Denesh Ramdin, one-day skipper Dwayne Bravo or T20 leader Darren Sammy.