The CEO of Delhi Daredevils in the Indian Premier League (IPL), Hemant Dua is all set to step down from his position on 1st September.
He has been the CEO of Daredevils for the past six years. Hemant has done his all possible efforts to bring the trophy home. However, it hasn’t been possible. For over an extended period, Delhi Daredevils has been underperforming in the IPL.
Despite making several changes to their squad over the years, DD have never managed to get the results their way. Over the years, they had some tremendous players in their ranks. However, the results haven’t been there to show for the franchise.
Hemant Dua in his resignation letter to the Delhi Daredevils said he was privileged to work with some of the greatest players of all time. He also thanked the franchise for letting him being part of it for the past six years.
Hemant Dua thanks Delhi Daredevils
The owners of the franchise have said he would serve the board as the JSW GMR Cricket Private Limited as Non-Executive Director.
“DD has been a part of my journey for some time now. The franchise is close to my heart, and thus, I will always be available for the betterment of the franchise. I wish DD, and it’s new management the very best in its endeavour to bring the trophy to our own city of Delhi,” Hemant Dua said in a release on Tuesday.
He also tweeted a message for the players and the rest of the franchise.
“I am stepping down as CEO of Delhi Daredevils. It’s been a rollercoaster ride past six years. Privileged working with best players, coaches& colleagues. Love of fans priceless. Only remorse could not bring the IPL trophy to Delhi. I wish new management all the best #DilDilli,” the tweet read.
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