Johannesburg: Disclosures in Herschelle Gibbs' no-holds-barred autobiography titled 'To the Point', have brought the curtains down on the out-of-favour South Africa opener's career, feels former skipper Kepler Wessels.
"This surely puts an end to any hopes he had of playing for South Africa again," Wessels said.
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"These are some serious allegations and making them doesn't help anybody. One can only wonder what his reasons are," Wessels, who is now South Africa's batting consultant, was quoted as saying by 'The Times'.
Wessels said Gibbs could now expect some serious action from Cricket South Africa (CSA), with whom he is contracted until April next year.
CSA president Mtutulezi Nyoka was, however, guarded in his comments about Gibbs' book.