Fantasy Fastlane: 2018 STP 500

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Improved player relations paramount – Skerritt

first_imgPORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Cricket West Indies presidential candidate, Ricky Skerritt, wants to see increased trust and respect in the relationship between players and the governing board. Skerritt, who is challenging the incumbent Dave Cameron for the top spot at the May 24 elections, said players openly questioning the board on matters needed not be interpreted as rebellion.“What we must not do is assume that because a player queries a contract or a player seeks better incomes and other benefits, that player suddenly becomes any enemy of the board,” the Newsday quoted Skerritt as saying.“We need to develop trust, we need to show by our actions and by our decisions that we are concerned about the well-being of players as well as the well-being of cricket and where we need to do awareness building and education with players.” Player relations with the board have been strained at points throughout Cameron’s tenure. In 2014, the Windies abruptly quit the one-day tour of India over a pay dispute, which led to the cancellation of the subsequent Test series.Two years later, the buildup to the Twenty20 World Cup in India was plagued with a bitter contract squabble between the board and players, leading then captain Darren Sammy to speak about “disrespect … from our own cricket board”.Skerritt, a former West Indies manager, said he had spoken to one player who believed he had been blacklisted by the current administration. “Now if he is mistaken, just the fact that he has that perception is scary,” Skerritt pointed out.“Presidents and vice-presidents and other administrators should not be scaring players. We don’t have to agree with some of the thoughts that players have and vice versa, but there should be no fear, there should be mutual respect.”Skerritt is seeking to topple Cameron who is bidding for his fourth straight term in charge of the CWI. The former St Kitts and Nevis Cabinet minister has as his running mate, Dr Kishore Shallow, the president of the St Vincent and the Grenadines Cricket Association. Cameron, meanwhile, will be partnered by current CWI vice-president, Emmanuel Nanthan.last_img read more

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Aurier: No Gunners agreement

first_imgHowever, with the Elephants knocked out of the Brazil showpiece in the group stages, no such move has materialized, with Mathieu Debuchy looking a more likely arrival for the Gunners.Aurier has since rejected claims of an Arsenal agreement, telling Foot Mercato: “People say that there was an agreement for me to join Arsenal, that I had already signed.“That is not true. All that I can say is that England is the league I like the most. Things are clear. I have always preferred a move to England, because it is the league that suits me the best.“At the moment, I have not given my agreement to any club, whoever they might be and am therefore free to talk to whoever I want.”Ligue 1 outfits Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco are also rumoured to be interested in the 21-year-old’s signature, and while he does prefer England, Aurier admits it would be hard to turn down a move to either side.“To play in England is my dream, but sometimes dreams do not come true,” he added. “If PSG and Monaco are interested, one does not ignore them.“I have heard rumours of PSG’s interest in me. It is a very good club, one of the best in Europe.“It is a club that is part of the top eight in Europe and it is interesting to know that clubs with incredible resources to buy anybody are interested in me.“Also, I’m a Parisian, so that strengthens my sentiments. After that, I let the people around me deal with it.“PSG and Monaco can meet with my representatives and we will see what happens. What I want is a club where I have guarantees that I will play.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000LONDON, England, July 9- Toulouse full-back Serge Aurier has denied speculation he has agreed a deal with Arsenal, but admits he would like a move to the Premier League.It had been rumoured earlier in the off-season that the Ivory Coast international was set to move to the Emirates once his 2014 World Cup campaign was over.last_img read more

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