The year 2016 was a mixed bag for West Indies cricket. While problems still persist in governance and rude behaviour from some senior players tarnished the image of the board and West Indies cricket but the blow was softened on-field by juniors, women and men’s T20 team winning their respective ICC tournaments.
West Indies would like to sort out issues which they dug on their own. One way they can do is by having a futuristic approach for the betterment of cricket in islands.
Here is what a fan of West Indies cricket would like his team to see in the year 2017:
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