In the first of a series of exclusive interviews with legendary Test captains, Clive Lloyd CBE talks about the challenges he faced leading the West Indies.
When he took on the job in 1974, he did not have much captaincy experience behind him, but he went on to lead the side with great success until 1985.
He discusses the challenge this presented and the good fortune he enjoyed in being able to lead players such as Michael Holding, Andy Roberts and Gordon Greenidge.
He then talks about the time when Greenidge bought his team-mates some very special jerseys while on tour in Australia...
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