Dwayne Bravo is calling on West Indies' fans worldwide and the Caribbean media to open their eyes and not be fooled by Cricket West Indies attempts to question the players' commitment and spread misinformation about players' reasons for playing in Pakistan Super League instead of the World Cup qualifiers.
"What I would like the Caribbean people to be aware of is that since India 2014 saga I never said much about West Indies cricket, because I am living my life stress free, enjoying my cricket around the world. Yet my name is still being called up in West Indies cricket controversy." Bravo said.
"Usually it's easy to see stories and ignore and say, 'typical West Indies board and media'. However recent comments from board officials and some of the articles I've seen in press have really hit home.
"I was dropped from the Test team at age of 26, in 2010, before I retired in 2015 after being fed up of asking the selectors when I'd play again. I was dropped from the one-day team before the 2015 World Cup. I have never turned my back on West Indies cricket, it is them who have turned their back on me."
On August 21, 2017 when CWI announce the one-day squad for England tour after amnesty, Browne was quoted saying, "Dwayne Bravo said he is still not 100% fit, but is looking at a possible return to international cricket next year."
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