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BRAVO SUES*

The impasse between Darren Bravo and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) took a surprise twist yesterday when Bravo initiated legal action against the WICB, claiming loss of earnings after he was sent home from the series against Zimbabwe in November last year following a controversial tweet directed at WICB president Dave Cameron. WICB CEO Johnny Grave told ESPNcricinfo: “It is true that Darren has initiated legal action against us. “It has come as a surprise as I was under the impression we had agreed a way back for him. I’m very disappointed and yes, a bit frustrated,” Grave added. After Bravo was sent home from the Zimbabwe tour, he was sanctioned further by being banned from playing for the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force in the Professional Cricket League four-day tournament and the Regional Super50 earlier this year.

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During a town-hall meeting in Trinidad, prior to being returned unopposed as WICB president, Cameron said Bravo’s return to West Indies cricket was in his own hands.

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The left-hander, Bravo, was also left out of the West Indies team for home tour against England and the ongoing series against Pakistan.

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