Clive Lloyd News
ICC Chief Executive David Richardson to deliver MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey lecture at Lord's on 6 August
Former South African international Richardson, who has been the Chief Executive of the ICC since 2012, will become the second former Proteas player to give the lecture, after Barry Richards imparted the address in 2002.
Indian-origin Toronto businessman Roy Singh, who has interests in gold exploration in Guyana, says his mission is to launch the Canadian Premier League.
Australia, England, South Africa or India, who play like champions at home, look like lambs to the slaughter on tours. Hopefully, for India at least, with some luck and pluck, the second Test could bring gladder tidings.
ICC's introduction of Test championship and ODI league a step in right direction, will add more context to cricket
With modifications and thoughtful analysis, the Test Championship and the ODI League can both reform the way cricket is played, witnessed and viewed.
Andy Roberts hits out at cricket administrators for cutting down on aggression, making it a 'sissy's game'
West Indian pace legend Andy Roberts lashed out at cricket administrators for toning the rules of the sport down and decreasing the levels of aggression in the process.
Pakistan vs West Indies: Misbah-ul-Haq disappointed by Caribbean visitors' gradual cricketing downfall
Skipper Misbah-ul-Haq showed disappointment over the downfall of once-mighty West Indies after Pakistan achieved a series-clinching win in the second Test in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.
The statistical highlights from the Day five of the second Test between India and the West Indies at Kingston on Wednesday.
Watch: Usain Bolt, Brian Lara, Clive Lloyd join the West Indies ‘Champion’ celebrations after World T20 victory
Watch Brian Lara, Usain Bolt and Clive Lloyd join the West Indies celebration by dancing to Dwayne 'DJ' Bravo's famous song - 'Champion'.
World T20 Final: Riding on wings of history, West Indies hope to make England dance to the Calypso tune
This is as focused a West Indies side as there has been in years. The victors of 1979 were among the Caribbean’s most talented ever; the vintage of 2004 among the most spirited. The 2016 crop is an impressive mixture.
How could you describe people with 'no brains'? Darren Sammy angry about ‘lack of respect’ for West Indies
Bitter but not unnerved by the "lack of respect" for his team even back home, West Indies captain Darren Sammy today said the side's stupendous World Twenty20 run has been possible because of the players' unity in the face of acute adversity.
It is curious how often a turning point has arrived when India and West Indies are in direct opposition.
The fans left the stadium satisfied. They had witnessed what they had come for — the Gayle storm. Mommsen described the innings as ‘incredible’.
Backing chairman of selectors Clive Lloyd's decision to drop Shivnarine Chanderpaul from the Australian series, former West Indies pacer Michael Holding has said he firmly believes that the veteran batsman has lost his edge and does not deserve a place in the side.
Former West Indies Players Association (WIPA) president Dinanath Ramnarine has blasted the Clive Lloyd-led selection panel for dropping veteran batsman Shiv Chanderpaul ahead of the Australia series.
West Indies chief selector Clive Lloyd has told veteran batsman Shiv Chanderpaul that he was omitted from the Caribbean squad which will play against Australia because of declining form.
Two cricket loonies have worked out a statistical databank from which it is possible to predict outcomes of games two times out of three. This tells us that Australia should win the 11th ODI World Cup.
After the unsavoury episode over a pay dispute with their Board before the first one-dayer against India in Kochi, things have changed for the better as far as West Indies team are concerned.
Lloyd, who led the West Indies during an era when they were world beaters, says the St. Lucian all-rounder deserves to be retained as captain since he has performed well in the role.
When you hit rock bottom and don't know how to turn things around, you need to turn to the past, because sometimes, the best lessons are in history.