Friday, 6 April 2007

Viv Rachards unhappy with organisation.

Viv Richards, the West Indies batting legend, has joined the growing number of detractors unhappy with the organisation of the World Cup.

The reason for low turnout in the matches, Richards believed, was because there were too many restrictions placed on the people of the Caribbean. "We are different in terms of our way of life," Richards told AFP. "I just believe it's as if someone has held us by the throat and said 'we don't want you to shout anymore'.

"Those of us who have played here know exactly what we are about, the excitement factor. We are a vibrant people."

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