Thursday, April 18, 2024

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THIS?TIME?the coach let them have it.
Now Ottis Gibson wants his men in maroon to man up and start showing some resistance in New Zealand.
West Indies coach Gibson has revealed that some harsh words were spoken in the dressing room after his team’s innings-and-73-run drubbing in Wellington and called on his players to “man up” as they aim to level the Test series this week.
Phrases such as “embarrassed” and “lack of fight” were at the forefront of some home truths after the Test finished shortly after tea on the third day, with 16 wickets falling on Friday.
(BA/PR)

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