Do not think that we will ever see these glorious days again: Curtly Ambrose on West Indies current state of cricket

West Indies had canceled that first two world cup titles in 1975 and 1979 and it took 33 years for the team to claim another ICC title when Darren Sammy led her to the 2012 T20 World Cup crown and repeated the feat four years later.

“Most of The youngsters, die we now have probably not quite understand what cricket means for West Indians in die West Indies and abroad because cricket is the only sport that die The Caribbean really connects people”Said Ambrose to Talk Sports Live.

“This is not a disregard players We have now because we have a couple of guys who have some quality in she and can be great, but we have to understand that i don’t think we will ever see these great, extraordinary days of glory again. “

The 57-year-old, who claimed 405 wickets in 98 tests between 1988 and 2000 showed that it is difficult to find talented cricketers from the island nation these days.

“It’s going to be difficult to find another Viv Richards, or a (Demond) Haynes and (Gordon) Greenidge, a Brian Lara, Richie Richardson, you know, a Malcolm Marshall, Curtly Ambrose, Courtney Walsh, Michael Holding, Andy Roberts and the list goes on and on Clive Lloyd, “said Ambrose.” It will be extremely difficult to find this quality players again. “

Ambrose said die West Indies team can improve their ICC rankings but wonnicht in be able to die to dominate way it did in die 80s and 90s. “As we die were best team in the word, all west indians over the globe could walk and boast how good we were because we die were best it will also be difficult to see those glorious days again,” he said.

“Yes, we can be competitive and climb up the ICC rankings and be a force be expected with againBut those glorious days, I don’t think we’ll see again. “

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