After he was sent packing from the tour of Zimbabwe for being rude, West Indies batsman Darren Bravo does not want help from the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB).
Instead, he is seeking legal advice. Legal Advice for what?
Is Bravo going to challenge his removal from the West Indies team for his tweet about the WICB President, Dave Cameron? Or is he seeking legal advice about the C retainer contract which he was given by the WICB, and which he refused?
Bravo, who was part of the West Indies 50-over team currently in Zimbabwe, was removed from the team after a controversial statement he made about Cameron.
Bravo, responding to Cameron’s assertion that he was given a ‘C’ retainer contract because he was not performing while previously on an ‘A’, expressed his displeasure on Twitter, saying that Cameron has not been performing well as president of the board for the past four years and should resign.
Bravo tweeted, “you have been failing 4 d last 4yrs. Y don’t u resign and FYI I’ve neva been given an A contract. Big Idiot.”
The TTCB, which has written to the WICB requesting dialogue between all parties, also contacted Bravo earlier this week to try and help the Santa Cruz resident with his problem.
Chief Executive Officer of the TTCB Suruj Ragoonath said on Wednesday that Bravo does not seem interested in a meeting right now. Ragoonath stated, “He indicated that the matter is in the hands of his legal team and he will be guided accordingly.”