Thursday, October 27, 2011

Coming Soon India Tour Chrish Gayle?

Chris Gayle :has ask the WICK to state clearly what it wants him to apologies for, after the board had said the batsman would be consider for West Indies selection only if he retracted his statements with reference to the board and its official.
Gayle retracts, what are the terms, actually and truly, Gayle told the Caribbean Media Corporation. So they need to make it clear, quite than stating just one particular thing and goodbye the public to wonder again, and just make this one big issue which I'm drained of, so they need to just cut it out now. "They need to come comprehensible and say what Chris Gayle must apologies for, and what should Chris.
Gayle as well said he thought the WICK was playing mind games and that he would address their strain at the end of the local Super50 in Guyana, where he is most important Jamaica's campaign.

I usual a message about the apology at a team meeting the day before we [Jamaica] had to play the Leeward’s Islands here [last Thursday] in the center of a regional tournament, Gayle said. I think they [WICK] are playing mind games with Chris Gayle. I have told them that I want to spotlight on winning this match for Jamaica and I will deal with the apology matter at the end of this contest.
I don't think the board wants to resolve this matter. This needs to be closed as soon as likely and they need to be clear on what I should apologies for. State what in the conference I need to take back or apologies for.

On October 20, the WICK had issue a statement saying, Having customary reports and reviewed association between Chris Gayle and the West Indies Cricket Board and the West Indies Team board and taking into kindness public statements made by Gayle with regard to the board and its officers, the board require that Gayle withdraw his commentary in order to be careful for selection to the West Indies team.
Associations between Gayle and the board had out of order down after he gave an interview in April to a radio station all through which he was biting about both the board and coach Otis Gibson. After attempt at settlement failed, and Gayle was left out of the team for the home series next to India, he free a public statement, in which he traced the foundation of the dispute back to 2009, when, he said, Hillarie had cast worries on his talent to captain the team.
Gayle has not played for West Indies since the 2011 World Cup. Since then he has been an important part of Royal Challengers Bangalore team in their IPL and Champions League Twenty20 campaigns, final as the leading run-getter in the IPL. His stalemate with the board had escalated to a rank where the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) heads of management had become involved.
West Indies are currently doing a tour Bangladesh, after which they will go to India to play three Tests and five ODIs.

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