Sport: Darren Sammy: Between a rock and a hard place

For as long as he remains captain of the West Indies team Darren Sammy’s credentials as a cricketer deserving of a permanent place in the Caribbean side, far less the distinction of being its leader, will probably always be in question. It is a reality with which the 29  year-old St. Lucian all rounder must live unless of course he so impresses with bat or ball or both while causing his leadership to bring about a radical change in the fortunes of West Indies cricket that his own place in the side ceases to be an issue.

Since his appointment Sammy appears to have learnt to live with …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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