New Delhi: After West Indies beat England to win their second WT20 crown, explosive West Indies opener on Monday hit out at WICB and WIPA.
With the ongoing dispute between players and board, the likes of Gayle are ineligible for West Indies’ ODI and Test side.
The Jamaican expressed his disappointment at the same and hoped to play more cricket in 2017.
Livid with the match fees paid by WIPA, the left-hander decided to donate it to a charity.
Gayle, who is expected to join RCB for the IPL soon, lauded skipper Darren Sammy for his powerful speech during the post-match presentation ceremony at Eden Gardens.
Big up double #WT20 #Champion captain @darrensammy88 - I support and backed him a 100% with his speech, well said about WICB, WIPA needs to be shaken up as well! The struggle is real. Sammy retired from Test cricket but I haven't. However, I'm not eligible for selection for Test and ODI, think we played our last game for West Indies 2016-Hopefully 2017 the W.I fans can see us again. Thank god for the prize money because the match fee is a joke what WIPA agreed to...so I'm donating my match fees to Charity! #PayMe #Champion