Cricket West Indies (CWI) chief Ricky Skirrit said Chris Gayle may have to face punishment for his recent rhetoric against Ramnaresh Sarwan, but hoped that it would not end the charismatic batsman’s illustrious career. Forty-year-old Gayle has been contracted by the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) franchise Saint Lucia Jokes for the 2020 season.
He called his former partner Saravanan ‘worse than the corona virus’. He accused Saravan of conspiring to oust him from the CPL team Jamaica Tallawah. Skiritt said that although it is a mutual dispute, he does not think the dispute will end soon.
But the career will not end
He told ‘Jamaica Gleaner’, ‘I believe there is some kind of discussion going on between Chris and CPL at the moment because CPL has some rules that will apply here, because Chris is contracted to a franchise team.’ Said, ‘I hope this will not become a global issue in terms of Gayle’s career, because his career has been fantastic and I do not want him to end with this event.’
There is a dispute with Gail’s statement
The opener claimed that Saravanan was behind the exit of the Jamaican team as the former middle-order batsman wants to take control of the franchise. Gail said on his YouTube channel, ‘Saravanan you are worse than Corona virus right now. You played an important role in what happened to Tallawah because there is a very good relationship between you and the boss. ‘
Punishment will be done according to this rule
Skiritt said it was an unfortunate incident but hoped that it would not affect Gail’s career. He said, “I certainly did not like it. My personal opinion is that this is unfortunate, but the process will do its job. The process will begin as he is a contracted player in the West Indies League. “Skiritt said,” If the player is contracted to a club, franchise or cricket West Indies, to what extent does such behavior link the contract to infamy. ”