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Gayle warns team of road ahead post victory over OZ
Published on :7th June 2009
West Indies captain Chris Gayle said there was plenty of work left for his side after he led them to a crushing seven-wicket win over Australia in their first match of this year's ICC World Twenty20.
Pietersen fears 'hit man' Yuvraj
Published on :5th June 2009
London: England’s star batsman Kevin Pietersen is impressed by the hitting prowess of Yuvraj Singh and Chris Gayle, whom he has nominated as some of his most feared opponents.
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ICC WT20: Gayle Confident Of West Indian Success
Published on :1st June 2009
West Indian captain Chris Gayle is confident that his side will be a force to be reckoned with in the ICC World Twenty20, which begins on Friday.
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West Indies need a different mindset, says Chris Gayle
Published on :25th May 2009
The sun burned down in the west country yesterday but Chris Gayle still looked as miserable as Morrissey as West Indies lost again. In the recent Test series, in which they were inept, his players looked cold and sullen at chilly Lord's and frostbitten Durham.
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Gayle Looking For Good Start To 'Important' ODI Series
Published on :21st May 2009
West Indies captain Chris Gayle is eager for his side to make a good start to the three-match One Day International series against England which begins today (21st May) at Headingley.
Time to make Test cricket more accessible
Published on :14th May 2009
After that defeat at Lord's West Indies were in enough trouble, so for their captain Chris Gayle to come out and admit he doesn't really want to be here is the last thing they need.
Gayle may quit captaincy, not keen for Tests
Published on :13th May 2009
Chris Gayle has said he "would not be so sad" if Test cricket died and that he is thinking of standing down as captain of the West Indies.
Chris Gayle shines in rainy Durban
Published on :22nd April 2009
CHRIS Gayle gave a magnificent display of power-hitting before rain played spoilsport in the Indian Premier League here on Tuesday. The West Indies captain smashed four sixes in his 26-ball unbeaten 44 to fire Kolkata Knight Riders to an 11-run victory over Kings XI Punjab in a rain-hit match.
Rain delays start of series decider
Published on :3rd April 2009
West Indies captain Chris Gayle said on Thursday that his side has decided against strike action during the final one-day international against England in St Lucia on Friday. Gayle said the West Indies Players' Association and the West Indies Cricket Board had come to an agreement
Windies players' boycott threat back on
Published on :29th March 2009
England have an added incentive to win the fourth one-day international against West Indies at Kensington Oval on Sunday. They could escape with a drawn series if the words of West Indies captain Chris Gayle hold any truth.
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