Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board President Azim Bassarath, has promised to probe the communication breakdown that led to Darren Bravo’s exclusion from the four day and Super 50 setup.Though confirming the issue is a matter for the selectors, however they don’t like what is being portrayed in the public domain. He said as a responsible organization they have to investigate what transpired. It’s very unfortunate but unless they find out from the people involved there is not much to be said.
Bassarath describe the scenario as unfortunate and also made it clear that the problem was not the fact Bravo had spoken to Williams instead of Jumadeen. As far as he is concerned he could have spoken to both the chairman of selectors and or the coach. He further went on to indicate that the coach has a good relationship with the senior players who they love. So for him it’s not a question as to whom he spoke to.Bassarath further added that it was unfortunate that something like this could have happened. In his own words he thought we would have had our best players playing in the Super 50 Tournament.Only recently the twenty eight year old Bravo indicated he was still committed to representing West Indies in the future.