Harbhajan Singh Quashes Speculations of Leaving Chennai Super Kings
Harbhajan Singh has quashed speculations of leaving Chennai Super Kings. There were rumors of Harbhajan Singh bidding adieu to the champions of the eleventh edition of the Indian Premier League. However, the Turbanator has cleared the air as he said he is not going anywhere from CSK.
Meanwhile, Harbhajan Singh scalped seven wickets in the 13 matches he played for the Chennai Super Kings. This was the maiden season for the Turbanator in the Yellow colors as he represented Mumbai Indians for a decade.
Harbhajan Singh Clears the Air.
“There is no need for anyone to speculate and believe this kind of sources,” Harbhajan told InsideSport.com from Southampton.
In fact, it was speculated that Bhajji was going to join Delhi Daredevils as a bowling mentor. However, the off-spinner said he is currently happy with the Chennai Super Kings.
“At the moment I am happy being where I am. They (Chennai Super Kings) are a great franchise and we are a great team. I am having a good time.
“If at all I have to make a move I will reveal it myself. There is no need to believe sources. I am the best source for any news about me.”
Meanwhile, Delhi Daredevils is expected to a have new team management. Royal Challengers Bangalore have roped in Gary Kirsten as their head coach in place of Daniel Vettori.
Furthermore, Shane Warne will work as the head coach of the Rajasthan Royals in the upcoming season of the Indian Premier League. The 2019 season is also expected to move to the UAE or South Africa given the general elections in the country.
The next season of the IPL will be preponed because of the World Cup. Meanwhile, Harbhajan Singh has confirmed he will be seen donning the yellow jersey again.
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