The statement was made by the 32-year old cricketer following West Indies’ World Twenty20 win in India.
He said that the team arrived in India for the tournament without their kits and had to play the mega-event without team caps.
Bravo said, “We get to India, our names were not even printed on the uniforms. Our manager had to leave our camp to get names and numbers printed.”
It should be noted that winning skipper Darren Sammy also had a swipe at the West Indies Cricket Board during the post-final presentation.
He claimed that the board had not even contacted the team before their final and he felt disrespected by their attitude.
“We had a new manager in Rawle Lewis, who has never managed a team before. We had no uniforms, no printing,” said Sammy.
“The trouble he went through to just get us in this uniform. I got to give credit to the entire team here.”