One of the best batsmen of the 90s, Chanderpaul declared his retirement in January 2016. He completed with 11,867 runs, only 86 shy of the incredible Brian Lara. Be that as it may, dissimilar to numerous, he was compelled to resign. He has been exceptionally vocal about how West Indies Cricket Board took care of his exit.
“I needed one final chance to play against Australia before closing down, however (I) can’t make a move. Simply need to put that behind me,”
“I got the NOC to play in Master Champions League in the wake of resigning from global cricket. Having played for so long, I feel I ought to have been dealt with well. In the event that a player (like me) is dealt with like that, at that point think how the more youthful era will be dealt with.
“Being dealt with like conventional school young men. No one would come and say that you like so thus. You are constantly treated that way. These things will happen,”
We will never forget him for his strange position.