I've just read a summation of the interview James Whitaker gave to Sky Sports.
How on earth are we in this situation where dropping a player from a sports team has everyone pissing their pants whenever they are asked to even hint at an explanation? Why are teams of lawyers involved? Can we expect a dropped batsman to consult his lawyers if the management say he missed a succession of straight balls, so the lawyers can scrutinise hawkeye to prove that actually each one was actually an unplayable Jaffa?
I know central contracts are involved, so it is employment law rather than just dropping someone back to county cricket, but FFS.