Somerset have re-signed top West Indies batsman Chris Gayle for six matches in this summer’s T20 Blast competition, hence why Fans happy to see Chris Gayle in Melbourne
Earlier this month, The Jamaican was fined £4,900 after asking a TV reporter for a date in a live interview while playing for Melbourne Renegades in Australia’s Big Bash League.
He later apologised but said the reaction was “out of proportion”, following reports that Cricket legends were calling for the in-form batsman to receive lifetime bans.
Gayle, whose first appearance is on June 1 against Sussex,.
Gale made an astonishing 328 runs in three appearances for Somerset in 2015.