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August 11, 2008
Chris Gayle has withdrawn his letter of resignation as West Indies captain, and is set to continue leading the side, a West Indies Cricket Board source said at the weekend.
Gayle had served notice of his decision to step down as West Indies captain with immediate effect in a letter to the board on July 22. But is appears that after discussions with WICB president Julian Hunte, he has had a change of heart.
According to the source, Gayle revealed that his about-turn was also influenced by conversations with team-mates and dedicated supporters of West Indies cricket.
He will now be available to lead the side in a tri-series in Canada next week and the ICC Champions Trophy.
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