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Ambrose in Gayle plea

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ONE OF the men who made the West Indies such as a force, Curtley Ambrose, has told those that run the game in the Caribbean to sort out their differences with errant batsman Chris Gayle.

Ambrose, the last of the legendary West Indies fast bowlers, feels problems between destructive batsman Gayle and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) should be sorted out immediately for the benefit of Caribbean cricket.

The poor state of West Indies cricket pains him and he doesn't know why Gayle, who was the best batsmen of the Indian Premier League (IPL), is not in the squad.

But he knows that Gayle is the only cricketer who can make an impact for the West Indies. WICB selectors have kept out Gayle after he criticised the board in a radio interview.

"Gayle is one of the premium batsmen in the Caribbean. He would definitely make a difference in this West Indies batting line up. However why he is not playing I am not sure. I have heard there are some problems between him and the WICB. I don't know the details and I don't want to elaborate on that. But they need to sit down and sort out the matter because Gayle will make a difference in this team," said Ambrose.

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