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WEST?INDIES fast-bowling legend Curtly Ambrose has bemoaned the inability of the region’s pace bowlers to maintain a consistent line and length and he fears the current crop of bowlers are not strong enough.
Speaking on the Mason and Guest Radio Cricket Show on the StarCom Network last night, Ambrose said he was disappointed with the performance of the West Indies team in recent years.
“I have been disappointed for many years,” he said. “I kept hearing that we have a bunch of young guys and they are going to develop . . . [but] I am just amazed that we are still in this slot because this can’t be about developing players now, not at international level,” he contended.
“We develop players from youth level through the ranks. Once you get to the Test level, you can’t be about developing.”

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