Captain of one of the most dominant teams in cricket history, Clive Lloyd of West Indies heaped rich praises on the current Indian cricket team and even called them the best Indian team of all-time. This praise came after India’s recent Test
West Indies’ greatest cricket captain Clive Lloyd wrote an open letter to the current West Indies which inspired them to one of the greatest Test wins in the history of cricket. West Indies managed to make history by pulling off one of
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Four years after the first-ever One-day international took place, West Indies and Australia locked horns for the ultimate prize of the format. The Clive Llyod-led West Indian side already beat Australia once in the group stage and were firm favourites to lift
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What makes a great captain? Ability to lead a side, to bring out the best out them or to keep them together as an unit. For England great Allan Lamb, West Indies’ Clive Lloyd, was a true example of a ‘great captain’.
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“Gentlemen, I gave you 400 runs to bowl at and you failed to bowl out the opposition. How many runs must I give you in the future to make sure you get the wickets?” A fuming Clive Lloyd asked his bowlers after