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�Gayle likely to be penalised�

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KINGSTON, May 13: Chris Gayle is likely to be penalised for his recent outburst against Ramnaresh Sarwan, said Cricket West Indies (CWI) chief Ricky Skerritt and hoped that it doesn�t end the maverick big-hitter�s �outstanding career�.

The 40-year-old Gayle, who was signed by St Lucia Zouks for the 2020 season of the Caribbean Premier League, called his former teammate �worse than coronavirus�, accusing the Guyanese of plotting his exit from CPL outfit Jamaica Tallawahs.

Skerritt said though it is an �interpersonal battle�, he doesn�t expect the controversy to die down so easily.

�I�m sure there is some kind of discussion taking place at the moment between Chris and the CPL because the CPL has rules which will come into view here because Chris is signed into a franchise team,� Skerrit was quoted as saying by �Jamaica-Gleaner�.

�I hope it doesn�t become a world matter in terms of the career of Mr Gayle, because it�s been a very outstanding career and I really wouldn�t want to see it brought to an end by this event,� he added.

The opener had claimed that Sarwan was behind his ouster as the former middle-order batsman wanted to take control of the franchise. � PTI

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�Gayle likely to be penalised�

KINGSTON, May 13: Chris Gayle is likely to be penalised for his recent outburst against Ramnaresh Sarwan, said Cricket West Indies (CWI) chief Ricky Skerritt and hoped that it doesn�t end the maverick big-hitter�s �outstanding career�.

The 40-year-old Gayle, who was signed by St Lucia Zouks for the 2020 season of the Caribbean Premier League, called his former teammate �worse than coronavirus�, accusing the Guyanese of plotting his exit from CPL outfit Jamaica Tallawahs.

Skerritt said though it is an �interpersonal battle�, he doesn�t expect the controversy to die down so easily.

�I�m sure there is some kind of discussion taking place at the moment between Chris and the CPL because the CPL has rules which will come into view here because Chris is signed into a franchise team,� Skerrit was quoted as saying by �Jamaica-Gleaner�.

�I hope it doesn�t become a world matter in terms of the career of Mr Gayle, because it�s been a very outstanding career and I really wouldn�t want to see it brought to an end by this event,� he added.

The opener had claimed that Sarwan was behind his ouster as the former middle-order batsman wanted to take control of the franchise. � PTI

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