WI legend Curtly Ambrose’s strong statement regarding the state of West Indies cricket

Curtly Ambrose thinks the golden period of the WI cricket is long gone.

A bowler, who wrath havoc at his prime in 80s and 90s, Curtly Ambrose has made astounding remarks about the state of West Indies cricket. The legendary fast bowler, isn’t happy with the way West Indies crickets has elapsed over the years with his handling of its players.

Curtly Ambrose, while speaking on the Talk Sports Live show in Antigua said, “Most of the youngsters we have now probably don’t quite understand what cricket means to West Indians in the West Indies and abroad because cricket is the only sport that really unites Caribbean people.”

Curtly in his next part said that the Golden era of West Indies will never be cometh again.

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“This is no disrespect to the players we have now because we have a couple of guys who have some quality in them and can become great, but what we have to understand is that I don’t think we will ever see those great, exceptional glory days again” Curtly Ambrose emphasised upon.

While concluding, Curtly Ambrose said, “When we were the best team in the world, West Indians all over the globe could walk and boast about how good we were because we were the best, so it’s going to be difficult to see those glory days again. Yes, we can be competitive and climb up the ICC rankings and be a force to be reckoned with again, but those glory days, I don’t think we will see them again.”

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