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Do we want to restructure the Governance of West Indies Cricket or do we want to remove David Cameron as President of West Indies Cricket?

If the premise is incorrect then the conclusion will also be incorrect. Do we want to restructure the Governance of West Indies Cricket or do we want to remove David Cameron as President of West Indies Cricket?
We now have approximately 150 persons playing professional cricket in the West Indies, all this took place under Cameron. ( Some players making as much as US$50,000 per contract)
Why can't we draw a red line in the sand and give Mr. Cameron a dead line to produce results. It in now obvious that what the heavy weights are looking for is a winning team and not the development of a sustainable cricket program in the West Indies.
Carciom should be involved in grass roots development of the game in all the Islands. What is Caricom doing about the development of youth cricket(boys and girls) in the school system, how about the death of club cricket in all the Islands.
Shame on you Caricom.
P.S How about getting us some good wickets to play on Caricom.
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