The Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) says it will take its time in mulling over the normalizing of relations with the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB).
Following the conclusion of its Annual General Meeting in India Monday, BCCI president Shashank Manohar said the board would “take a call” on resuming bilateral tours with the Windies, which were suspended last year in the wake of the ill-fated limited overs and Test series.
“There is still plenty of time to go and play in West Indies. We will decide at the appropriate time,” Manohar said.
WICB President Dave Cameron along with Chief Executive Michael Muirhead recently met with BCCI officials to discuss a resolution to the dispute which arose in October last year when the West Indies one-day team abruptly abandoned the tour of India over a contracts squabble with the West Indies Players Association (WIPA).