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Chris Gayle, living it large, "target for no reason"

Postby howzdat » Thu May 26, 2016 12:21 pm

According to an article published online, no less a personage than the Supreme Leader of Men (not my christening!) Darren Sammy has opined that, "I (him Sammy) just think people target Chris Gayle for no reason. :oops: :oops: :oops:

NO REASON :?: :?: :?: Where is Homer Simpson's laugh when you need it?!

Pardon ..? I done use Homer Simpson's laugh many times before on this website? So what! Is how many times Chris "Don-A-Gorgon" Gayle put his head, neck and both feet right inside the line of fire for a good kicking by all and sundry :?: :!: Answer me that one, please? Excuse me? You target me with silence :?: Stuuupssss, what a load of ol' ballox.

Chris Gayle, living it large, "target for no reason" ... pull the other one my friend!
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If Gayle bashing at all it will not be as a Renegade!

Postby howzdat » Thu May 26, 2016 1:23 pm

Melbourne Renegades blank Gayle ... Interestingly, the writer of the article cast his net wide enough to be able to inform us that:

Somerset, with whom Gayle will take up a six-match contract in the T20 Blast shortly, said this week they were “disappointed” to read Gayle’s comments and would talk to the player once he arrived at the club.

“We were disappointed to read the report in the Times,” Somerset chief executive Guy Lavender, was quoted as saying. “Our experience of Chris was very positive when he was with us last season, both on and off the pitch.

It was disappointing to read the article. We haven’t had the opportunity to discuss this with him yet, but of course will do so when he arrives to play for us in a few days’ time.”

Chris Gayle, living it large, scoring nothing ... often but if he is bashing Aussies at all it wont
be as a Renegade!

Lavender said that despite the latest brouhaha, he expected Gayle to still suit up for the club. “Players are the ambassadors of the club. We have a good record of signing mavericks, Ian Botham and Viv Richards being examples, but we take conduct seriously,” he stressed. “It’s a shame because it detracts from his cricketing ability. But I don’t see it as grounds to have him not play for us this summer.” CMC

The 36-year-old Jamaican is one of the most sought-after Twenty20 stars and is currently playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore ...

I note the section where it was written that
Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Caribbean Premier League.


:oops: :oops: I hope Chris won't get lost on the way to Somerset ...on second thoughts did that writer have a scoop?! RCB migrating to the Caribbean :?: As Pirates :?:
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Chris Gayle, living it large, scoring nothing ... Respect

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Chris Gayle, living it large, scoring 76 on final day!

Postby howzdat » Sun May 29, 2016 8:32 am

Final Day!! Indian Premier League, Final: Royal Challengers Bangalore v Sunrisers Hyderabad at Bangalore, May 29, 2016 Match begins in: 0:57 minutes & every tock of the second hand on my clock massages my ageing ticker with waves of gleeful anticipation. CH Gayle comes into this game with 491 aggregate runs at an average of 40.91 and a highest score of 117.

This topic looks forward to the match on the back of last time out when the storyline Gayle living it large; Kulkarni says, "you nah touch this!" came into existence. If perhaps you have some time on your hands while we wait, here is the BBC offering a game called can't touch this.

Sunrisers Hyderabad won the toss and elected to bat. Excitement growing for the gathered spectators dem Bing [Bot], Google [Bot], Google Adsense [Bot], howzdat and 1 guest.

Eh! Eh! WI boy in the thick of things right from the start! Bowling the second over ... and Gayle makes a valiant attempt at making a return catch. Sunrisers are 12 without loss after two overs. 59 without loss after six overs. Gayle has bowled three overs for 24 runs. And Sunrisers Hyderabad finished 208/7 (20/20 ov)

Needing to help his side score 209 to win , Gayle faces and survives the first ball. End of first over 5/0. Chris Gayle now on to 15 brings his T20 aggregate score past 9000! Congratulations...and then brings up a twenty-six ball 50 with a six. And sometime later on hit another to move to 64 from 32 balls; strike rate 200!

Royal Challengers Bangalore 100/0 after 9 overs.

Cutting to Gayle, OUT, Gayle holes out. Offcutter, Gayle does not spot it. He swings early and skews it into the hands of Bipul Sharma at third man. He judged it well, running in, diving forward to snaffle it. CH Gayle c Bipul Sharma b Cutting 76 (38b 4x4 8x6) SR: 200.00


Chris Gayle, living it large, scoring 76 on final day! As a champion?
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Chris Gayle, living it large, no champion cricketer today!

Postby howzdat » Sun May 29, 2016 1:11 pm

Indian Premier League, Final: Royal Challengers Bangalore v Sunrisers Hyderabad at Bangalore, May 29, 2016

Sunrisers Hyderabad 208/7 (20/20 ov)
Royal Challengers Bangalore 200/7 (20 ov)

Sunrisers are the champions, Chris Gayle, living it large.
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Re: Chris Gayle and his "big bat"

Postby MarcusGarveyLives » Sun May 29, 2016 3:10 pm

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During his interview with Charlotte Edwardes for The Times Magazine, Gayle is said to have claimed she'd need 'two hands' to lift his 'big bat'.
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Chris Gayle, living it large, scoring nothing ... again.

Postby howzdat » Wed Jun 01, 2016 2:59 pm

NatWest t20 Blast, South Group: Sussex v Somerset at Hove, Jun 1, 2016

The subject says it all...Chris Gayle, living it large, scoring 5 today. Better luck next time. Wonder how many more bums on seats Gayle's appearance attracted? Sussex made 222/3 (20/20 ov)I so my bet is that he rather have been able to count a lot of runs off his bat than revolutions of the turnstile.

Somerset are 91/5 (11.4/20 ov); they will lose this one.
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Chris Gayle, living it large, scored 49, hyped even higher

Postby howzdat » Fri Jun 03, 2016 2:54 pm

For Somerset v Essex, NatWest T20 Blast, South Group, Taunton. he made 49.
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Re: Chris Gayle, living it large, scoring nothing ... again.

Postby MarcusGarveyLives » Mon Jun 06, 2016 5:50 pm

"How many times do you think Chris Gayle refers to himself in the third person in one interview? ...

BBC Radio 5 live - In Short, Chris Gayle loves talking about Chris Gayle (click for more)


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Totally deluded?
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Say what! Chris Gayle, mind willing, body weak! No way

Postby howzdat » Tue Jun 21, 2016 4:55 pm

Courtesy BBC: Chris Gayle has said his body "needs a break" after his second T20 Blast spell with Somerset came to an end on Sunday

Chris Gayle has said his body "needs a break" after his second T20 Blast spell with Somerset came to an end on Sunday.

The 36-year-old made a half century to help beat Hamsphire by six wickets in his last scheduled county game of 2016...
"The mind is willing but the body says 'you've got to take a break'. There is too much stiffness on this body at this time," Gayle told BBC Radio Bristol.

"But we'll see how well I can actually manage that, how long I can actually last and go on to entertain the fans around the world.


Say what! Chris Gayle, mind willing, body weak! No way

"I'm looking forward to heading back home now. It's been a wonderful hospitality and atmosphere.

"Apart from the first game which was very, very cold - that was the only game I didn't really get a score. The weather played its part but we have no control over that."

After scoring just five runs in his first T20 Blast appearance of this summer, Gayle had said he "needed to get acclimatised" as quickly as possible.

He did not rule out a return later this season if Somerset - who now lie fifth in the South Group, two points behind leaders Glamorgan - reach the final.

"It's a possibility, we're looking forward to it and we'll see what happens, so you never know," he added.

"Hopefully the guys make it to the final and we can actually get a change to get a trophy.

"Somerset (will) always have a place in my heart.

"I like all the fans interacting, even when the ball just trickles to me and I pick it up, they cheer for that. It's fantastic when you have that sort of impact on people."


Did Chris never hear about 'mind' over matter :?: :P or has it reached the stage where his body is VERY VERY VERY BREAKY BREAKY BREAKY BISHI BISHI!!!

:D :D :D :lol: :lol: :lol:

... But wait, is not a buff Don-A-Gorgon figure Chris striking a pose in front the mirror? So why this smokescreen talk of 'body weak'? Hai yagga ... Marcus, is a tw0-way mirror you had setup to capture that selfie? Nice wuk if you can get it, but do be careful cos I don't want a hair pon you head to be disturbed on account of this Chris Gayle, living it large, scoring nothing ... again topic.

Added to which I don't get the feeling seh that you are a 007 kind of forum member. So watch your back, pardna. (I bet allyuh would never have believed if I told you that we can even have James Bond 007 carryings-on amidst this lunacy. :P :P )

Pardon? Y0u feel seh datz how is TOTALLY DELUDED also??? Cho mon, datz how & Chris liming in the same clique to rhatid :!: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Say what! Chris Gayle, mind willing, body VERY VERY VERY BREAKY BREAKY BREAKY BISHI BISHI weak!!!! No way .... :roll: :roll: :roll:
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