MUMBAI - The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) officials may have been insisting that the seniors (Chris Gayle, Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Ramnaresh Sarwan) have not been axed, but the focus in on youth, however, the confidential document this paper has in possession, reveals something else. These players have not been selected to play the first two ODIs' (five ODI series) scheduled to be played against the visiting Pakistan team. The national coach Otis Gibson 's report which was submitted to the Board members last year indicates that everything is not well in West Indies cricket. Here goes the points he raised in his confidential report and the detailed discussion had among the Board members. The captain was not a natural leader. The situation is far worse than he expected. There is a lack of trust among the players. Senior players and some others lack the passion for the game. Captain is not a student of the game and lacks tactical awareness. Players do not see them as athletes viz-a-vis training and eating habits. The poor show and unsatisfactory behaviour of the team was made a matter of record. Need to rebuild the players passion and commitment to the game. High Performance Centre output vital to the future. Select team on character. Improve facilities. Make representing the West Indies special again. Focus on youth. Identify and develop future leaders. ; Standards to be established and circulated to the Territorial Boards; More emphasis on skill acquisition; Identify players of talent for Youth Tournaments and work on them; Use past players as mentors; Establish minimum fitness standards; Must have control of contracted players; Improved preparation for tours Teams selected earlier no injured players taken; Regional cricket played at best venues; Establish a better relationship between the WICB and the players.