The exit of Chris Gayle from Jamaica Tallawahs produced controversy as the blockbuster batter came out all guns blazing against his former teammate Ramnaresh Sarwan. The T20 specialist accused Sarwan of turning the owner against him while calling Sarwan a snake and worse than the coronavirus.
However, this scathing attack didn’t go down well with the Cricket West Indies as the president of the board Rickey Skerritt indicated that Gayle won’t go unpunished. The boss of Cricket West Indies was very disappointed to see this episode which stirred controversy regarding the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) – West Indies’ flagship T20 tournament.
Therefore, the 63-year old said that he is not trying to judge the former captain of West Indies, but added that this episode brought CPL to disrepute. Moreover, he explained that Gayle is a contracted player within a league owned by West Indies. Hence, the cricket board will critically analyze the whole controversy before coming to a conclusion. However, it remains to be seen how things fare for the Universe Boss.