By CricketCountry Staff
Johannesburg: Nov 21, 2011
Former West Indies captain Chris Gayle will play in Zimbabwe’s domestic T20 tournament at the end of November.
Gayle has been repeatedly ignored by national selectors for making remarks against the West Indies Cricket Board publicly.
But Gayle refuted by saying that the board should inform specifically for which issue they need an apology.
Gayle, 31, has not played for West Indies since the quarter-finals of the recently-concluded World Cup in India.
He was quoted by Reuters as saying, "I am a cricketer and I want to play," Gayle said in a statement. "I would rather be playing for the West Indies but while that's not possible I want to use my time wisely, entertain some people and try to do some good."
Gayle will play for the Matabeleland Tuskers in the T20 tournament from Nov. 25 to Dec. 4.