Ban over, CSK all set to return to IPL from 2018

Rufina Vignone
Luglio 14, 2017

The two-year suspension imposed by the Supreme Court of India on two-IPL franchises, including Chennai Super King (CSK) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) ended on Tuesday. CSK's official Twitter handle is constantly engaging with the fans and sharing their best moments and Dhoni's best knocks in their journey of eight years. The CSK fans are eagerly waiting for their favourite team to return to the ground in the yellow jersey.

The Director of Chennai Super King Cricket Limited (CSKCL) K George John has said that Dhoni will be their pick if they are given an option to retain a player.

"It's a new start". We haven't yet interacted with Dhoni as his contract with Pune ends later this year.

Moments after the final of 2017 edition Indian Premier League between Rising Pune Supergiant and Mumbai Indians was concluded, Chennai Super Kings franchise announced their return next season to the league on social media. "However, we will speak to him in the future", he added. "Then we will ask fans to send their Super Selfie with CSK stars and with the yellow jersey". "We have got a lot of inquiries from various sponsors". John mentioned that the CSK management is thinking of roping in the same support staff which was there in 2015.

"For us, loyalty is very important". Stephen Fleming, former New Zealand skipper has been the head coach for a couple of years while Andy Bichel (bowling coach), Steve Rixon (fielding coach) and analyst Lakshmi Narayanan were the main embers in the support staff. "We have had tremendous support from the sponsors and the fans have been phenomenal in supporting us", he told.

John added that they are planning to have a few interactive sessions during the upcoming TNPL with some of the former CSK stars such as Matthew Hayden, who will be in the city for commentary. We don't want to go back.

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