rift between yuvraj singh and punjab ipl franchise preity zinta..
April 3, 2010 11:07pm CST
guys there is a strong rift between yuvraj singh and ipl franchise co-owner preity zinta...through yuvi denied this at recent press report..he is not happy with his position in the team...and he wants to leave the team next year....through preity zintz expressed her strong disapproval at media reports.....and the sorces says he is intrested to play for pune from next year.......so guys what do you say.......
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4 Apr 10
Friend I believe that whenever a team fails to deliver then such talks gain momentum as everybody wants to find out reasons for the failure of the team and most of them end up with certain non cricketing issues.The same thing happened with the KKR side last year and this time it's Kings XI's turn to face the music.I think that the franchise owners are intelligent people and after moving Yuvi from the captaincy they surely tried to pacify him.The Kings Xi team is not loosing for Yuvi but for the lack of commitment in the field..maybe the appointment of Sangakkara as the captain wasn't a good decision..So next year I think Yuvi will be the captain of the side once again and Kings XI will be a transformed lot..however if the franchuse owners let go Yuvi to another team then they will surely loose a genuine match winner in this format of the game and they can ill afford to do that.
4 Apr 10
I think too much has been said on this issue on the media. I think we just need to leave it alone. As it is there is a strong possibility that the current owners will dilute their stake and Hero Honda might take over the team. I am not happy about the fact that media is trying to relate Yuvi's performance with this rift. He is coming off an injury and as an Indian I would rather have him get back to form before the world cup. If he under performs his spot there is in jeopardy and he will very well know it!! Cheers! Ram
4 Apr 10
this is what is going to happen when sports become a business proposal. i mean when there is so much money then how can you expect loyalty from the players. none of them are actually interested to represent their own state. they just want the money deposited in their bank. i mean that is the only reason why he is thinking of changing his team. Being Punjabi, he should try to stick to the same team. it is his own homeland and he should do his best to make the people happy. what would he do in pune????