A bitterness in the relationship between West Indian teammates Ramnaresh Sarwan and Chris Gayle has come to light. Gayle has openly attacked the former middle-order batsman. Gayle calls Sarvan even the snake (Sarwan Snake Gayle).
Gayle was not retained in the Caribbean Premier League this year by Jamaica Talavahs and the left-hander alleged that Saravanan created a distance between him and the franchise. The opener claimed that Saranvan wanted to control the franchise and that is why he got Gayle out of the team. Gayle posted a video on his YouTube channel in which he said, ‘Saravanan, you are worse than the corona virus right now’.
Gayle went on to say, ‘So my development has happened with Talavahs, you have a big role in it because you and the franchise are very close. On my last birthday, you were in Jamaica, giving a big speech. They were telling us where our friendship has reached.
Gayle continued, ‘Saravanan you are a snake. You deserve great punishment. You are very immature. You are still stabbing people in the back. When do you intend to change Don’t even think about coming in front of “Universal Boss” and saying ‘Yo Chris’ because I’m telling you straight, now it’s over.’
Gayle played his first four CPL seasons with Talahawas and after that he played the next two seasons for the St. Keats and Nevis Pratriots. He returned as a Talavas’ marque player last season, after which he was forced to leave due to a feud with the franchise and he joined St. Johns Lucia Juques for the following season.