Saturday, 11 October 2014

Windies feel the Curtly Ambrose effect

NEW DELHI: The inimitable Curtly Ambrose, who was hired as West Indies bowling coach back in May this year, is working hard on injecting the team with some "positive energy", according to skipper Dwayne Bravo.

With yet another crisis looming that involves the West Indies Players' Association, the team seems to be working extra hard on keeping motivation levels up.

The nets session was preceded by an intense and lengthy team interaction, with the legendary Ambrose standing tall over the proceedings.

"Curtly adds a different dimension to the team. These are players I have grown up watching and we are lucky to have them around and get some advice," said Bravo. Indies Players' Association,India vs West Indies,Dwayne Bravo,Curtly Ambrose,2nd ODI

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