West Indian team’s stormy opener Chris Gayle refuses to play Premier League for this reason

West Indian team’s stormy opener Chris Gayle has made a big decision on Tuesday 23 June. Chris Gayle has refused to play in the Caribbean Premier League this season.

Gayle has refused to play CPL at a time when the league players were to be drafted a day later. Chris Gayle has withdrawn his name from the league of his own country due to personal reasons.

The season of CPL 2020 was to be played between August 18 and September 10 in Trinidad and Tobago, for which approval from the government was yet to be received. ESPNcricinfo reports, “It is understood that in his email, Gail stated that due to the lockdown, he has not been able to meet his family and his young child who are in St. Kitts while he has been in Jamaica.” Said he needed a break and wanted to spend time with his young family. “

40-year-old Chris Gayle was placed in the price bracket of 1 lakh 30 thousand to 1 lakh 160 thousand US dollars by St. Lucia Jokes in April, who is a marquee player of this league. Chris Gayle has previously played for Jamaica Thalawaz and St. Kitts and Nevis Patriots. He has twice won the CPL title with the Jamaican team, while in 2017 he played the Caribbean Premier League final for the Patriots.

It is worth noting that last month Chris Gayle, better known as Universe Boss, had made serious allegations against the support staff of Jamaica Thalawaz and said that former great Caribbean player Ramnaresh Sarwan, part of the support staff of the team, was also dangerous for him with the corona virus. Huh. This was the reason he left the Jamaican team. Chris Gayle has played 103 Tests and 301 ODIs for the country.


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