its time for the ipl transfer window
the IPL last year had been a grand success
but now its the time when the teams will look out for some important strategic
decisions which wuld help them in the second edition
personally i feel some of the situations mentioned below could storm up
1: HARBHAJAN SINGH: The bad boy of ipl first edition could be traded with ramesh powar for . both the bowlers did not play a big part for their respective franchisees in the last edition.
harbhajan singh got involved in a controversy and ramesh powar just played 3 matches
considering the harbhajan factor .... this transfer culd be very interesting ....
also rumored that shaun pollock will miss the ipl next year .... this wuld be a tricky situation for mumbai indians.
2: ROHIT SHARMA: again one important player for mumbai indians which they wuld be targetting.
scored heavily in the ipl
still i feel this transfer will be of importance for mumbai than the harbhajan one considering their batting middle order requires someone of sharmas ability.
3: ROBIN UTHAPPA:
I think bangalore shuld go full on for getting him in their team.he culd be a critical player for them in the future.
wasim jaffer gets a exit but i fear will there be any takers for them.
the only chances are of mumbai taking him but ...still it does not look all that possible when mumbai will be trading aggressively for some star players.
this culd be another interesting one .
delhi culd go on all force for this lanky bowler who has tremendous talent .
if it happens then i think delhi wuld be having a dream opening bowling combination of ishant and mcgrath..wow....:snipersm::snipersm::snipersm:
also delhi culd trade dinesh karthik to chennai and take parthiv patel instead.
chennai wuld welcome that.... for sure seeing his luck with tamil nadu...
also there culd be an intersting offer for young virat kohli .... but still he getting realeased from bangalore is a dream...
there can be many shockers at the end of the transfers .... this time however the owners will definitely be careful in their selection...
but still even masterstrokes fail ...