No one can tell him to leave: Chris Gayle on MS Dhoni’s retirement

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New Delhi | Published: September 9, 2016 9:31:13 PM

After his sudden decision to retire from the longer format of the game and with each success that Virat Kohli is getting as skipper of Indian Test team, there have been debates and discussions about whether Mahendra Singh Dhoni should retire or not

After his sudden decision to retire from the longer format of the game and with each success that Virat Kohli is getting as skipper of Indian Test team, there have been debates and discussions about whether Mahendra Singh Dhoni should retire or not ( Reuters)After his sudden decision to retire from the longer format of the game and with each success that Virat Kohli is getting as skipper of Indian Test team, there have been debates and discussions about whether Mahendra Singh Dhoni should retire or not. ( Reuters)

After his sudden decision to retire from the longer format of the game and with each success that Virat Kohli is getting as skipper of Indian Test team, there have been debates and discussions about whether Mahendra Singh Dhoni should retire or not. However, marauding West Indian batsman Chris Gayle feels it will be the captain cool who will take a call on the matter. “MS Dhoni will only step aside when he feels like, no one can tell him to leave,” Gayle said, according to a report.

Gayle, regarded as one of the most destructive opening batsmen of all time, on Friday released his autobiography called – ‘Six Machine’ in an event attended by BCCI President Anurag Thakur and legendary batsman Virender Sehwag.

In the recent past, especially after India’s failure to win a T-20 match against West Indies despite being in a comfortable position, raised the question on Dhoni’s retirement. However, Gayle’s statement will provide the boost to fans of India ODI captain.

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