‘I wouldn’t do it’: England’s Wiegman and Stokes oppose plan for more World CupsManager Wiegman insists ‘players are not robots’Stokes says tournaments are ‘very taxing and draining’ England’s manager, Sarina Wiegman, talks to her players on Monday as they prepare to face Luxembourg on Tuesday. Photograph: Matthew Childs/Action Images/Reuters
In an interview last week the four-time major champion said he finds the biennial event “tough, hectic and a bit odd”.
PCB chair Ramiz Raja accused England of “failing a member of their cricket fraternity when it needed it most”.
Fifteen years on he will be part of the European team attempting to retain the trophy at Whistling Straits.