Former West Indies captain, Sir Vivian Richards, believes that a sought after meeting with the game’s international governing body the International Cricket Council (ICC) by CARICOM, should include members of Cricket West Indies (CWI) and in particular, President Dave Cameron.

CARICOM requested a meeting with the ICC during the Commonwealth Heads of Government in London this week to discuss the governance crisis within Cricket West Indies only to be told by the ICC that their representatives would be busy preparing for their quarterly board meetings in Kolkata from April 21-26.

The ICC also indicated that they would not entertain any discussions with CARICOM without Cameron’s presence.

Sir Viv, who scored 8,540 runs in 121 Tests, said he believes an amicable solution can be found through talks.

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