Chris Gayle, the left-hand opener, has not formally announced his retirement from Cricket. The opener has taken some time off from Cricket. Gayle missed the T20I series against England and is not part of the West Indies team which is playing the T20I series against India at the moment.
While the fans wait for the 42-year-old to make a comeback, He is not part of the ongoing Pakistan Super League and has made it public that he will not feature in the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League.
Now, The West Indies’ opener has come out on Twitter to show his interest in coaching a team. Gayle wants to be the coach of this team in the next season.
Here’s what Chris Gayle tweeted from his official Twitter handle
“Hey, @thePSLt20 – I will be the new head coach next season for @KarachiKingsARY. There’s no argument in this one! #UniverseBoss 😊😉” The 42-year-old tweeted.
— Chris Gayle (@henrygayle) February 19, 2022
The West Indian is known for his dry sense of humor. But at the same time, the tweet can’t be taken lightly as the 42-year-old has shown clear interest to be Karachi Kings’ head coach in the next season.
Karachi Kings’ performance in this edition of Pakistan Super League. Karachi Kings had lost 8 out of 9 games. They registered their first win against Lahore on Friday.
Here’s how Karachi Kings’ skipper Babar Azam reacted to their disappointing performance in this season of PSL:
“We’ve played well in the last two matches, unable to cross the line in the end. We haven’t executed our plans and our fielding has been poor. We have been making mistakes, hopefully, we perform better in the coming matches. Execution is the key.” Babar Azam-led Karachi Kings will be facing Quetta gladiators in their last match of the disappointing season today on February 20.
Karachi Kings will hope to end the season on a high as The fans are now hoping to see Chris Gayle in the Karachi shirt but not as a player this time.