Two times ICC World Twenty20 winning team West Indies captain Darren Sammy has been removed from the T20 international squad. As per uploaded video from Sammy on his facebook account, he mentioned that WICB’s Chairman of Selectors informed him that he won’t be a part of twenty20 national side as selectors reviewed his role in the team and he won’t be further playing for Caribbean team.
“I got a call yesterday morning, it was probably 30 seconds, from the chairman of selectors telling me that they’ve reviewed the captaincy of T20 and I won’t be captain anymore of the T20 team, [and] my performances have not merited selection in the squad,” Sammy quoted in video.
“Obviously, throughout my captaincy, winning the two [T20] World Cups has been the highlight. And these memories I will cherish for a long time. This is not me retiring from one-day or T20, it’s just me thanking the fans and my players and the coaches I’ve worked with and WICB for…yeah, letting me lead the side for the last six years. But for now the captaincy has come to an end and thank you people.”
This clearly indicates that Sammy will not be a part of West Indies’ side in 2018 t20 world cup.