Top Windies batsman Chris Gayle believes the position of team captain is good for a player’s individual growth and insists he thoroughly enjoyed his time in the position.
The hard-hitting left-hander served as captain of the West Indies team from 2007 to 2010, with what can be described as mixed fortunes.
In One Day, International’s Gayle led the team for 53 games, winning 17 and losing 30 for a 56 percent win ratio. In Tests, he was in charge for 20 matches, winning 3 losing 9, and drawing 8.
Despite the record and a few controversies, Gayle believes his time in charge was well worth it.
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