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Ramdin calls for Hinds’ resignation

EZRA STUART, ezrastuart@nationnews.com

Added 18 April 2016

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Former West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin. (FP)

FORMER West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin has called for West Indies Players Association (WIPA) president and chief executive officer Wavell Hinds to resign amid his handling of recent West Indies players' salary negotiations.

Commenting via his Twitter account shotta8080, Ramdin said Hinds, through his salary negotiations with the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), had let down “everyone”, and should step aside. wavell-hinds

“Is this man for real? It’s like he never play the game. By the way there is no one in the team with A+ contract,” the wicket-keeper/batsman said in response to media statements made by Hinds during the past week in relation to the new payment structures for West Indies players.

“Hinds u (you) need to go, big man thing, you have let down everyone, sorry to say, jump on your bike. Too much friend thing going on in our cricket,” Ramdin said.

Ramdin also accused Hinds of representing the players behind their backs and saying it was in their best interest.(EZS)

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