Darren Sammy, the former West Indies skipper, has said that Ishant Sharma is still his ‘brother’ and he holds no grudges against his former Sunrisers Hyderabad teammate. Two months ago, Sammy had alleged that during his time with SRH in the IPL,
Former West Indian captain Darren Sammy was one of the first cricketers to step forward and speak against racism. Racial discrimination has been one of the most burning topics in recent times against which several other renowned cricketers have also talked about.
Darren Sammy, former West Indies captain, hasn’t ‘closed the door’ on his international career and he plans to make a return to the national side for the 2021 T20 World Cup in India by putting in a strong show for St Lucia
Former West Indies captain Darren Sammy underlined the significance of the Black Lives Matter movement behind West Indies’ emphatic victory in the first Test against England. While the return of international cricket was a milestone in itself, the series in the United
Lungi Ngidi drew a lot of flack for his stance on Black Lives Matter from ex-South Africa cricketers like Pat Symcox and Boeta Dippenaar. The former cricketers slammed the stand taken by Lungi Ngidi and said that standing against racism is fine
Darren Sammy has been critical about racism in cricket and away from it. Sammy called out his SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) teammate, which turned out to be fast bowler Ishant Sharma, for calling him ‘kaalu’. Now Darren Sammy has questioned Indians on their
West Indies head coach Phil Simmons has opened on the time when he became a victim of racism. As a member of various sides in league cricket in England during the 1980s and 1990s, the 57-year-old revealed that that was the time
Darren Sammy, former two-time T20 World Cup-winning West Indies captain, feels just like spreading awareness regarding anti-doping and anti-corruption, young cricketers should also be taught about anti-racism to ensure a systematic reduction in racist incidents in cricket. Darren Sammy had recently come
The inhuman killing of George Floyd incident in the United States has triggered massive outrage all over the world. Floyd, who was a black man, was subject to hostile treatment by the cops and breathed his last on the 25th of May.
Bangladesh’s one of the most experienced cricketers, Mushfiqur Rahim, has come forward and expressed his stand against racism. Over the last few weeks, the topic of discrimination on the grounds of racial colours has hogged plenty of limelight. It specifically began with