Manjrekar said Kieron Pollard, Suryakumar Yadav and David Warner could be the three candidates the RCB could consider as its new captain in the postKohli era.

Former Indian batsman and now renowned broadcaster Sanjay Manjrekar has selected three cricketers who can potentially replace Virat Kohli as the next captain of the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) for the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) season, which will be his last as a patron of the RCB be.

The captain of India, who also decided to captain the T20I of India after the World Cup in October November, has nevertheless made it clear that he would like to remain a player for RCB, a franchise for which he represents. 14 years.

Former South Africa captain AB de Villiers is one of the possible candidates for the office of captain of the RCB de Kohli, but Manjrekar believes the think tank needs to look to the future and appoint someone who can give it their all and four years.

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How many years could you leave AB de Villiers as captain? So I would like someone who has at least three years to volunteer, said Manjrekar in a video on ESPNCricinfo. Manjrekar said Kieron Pollard, Suryakumar Yadav and David Warner.

they might be the three contenders RCB might consider as their new captain in the postKohli era. “Pollard is a leadership guy. Suryakumar Yadav and David Warner are my three competitors,” added Manjrekar.

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Both Pollard and Suryakumar are currently with the Mumbai Indians while Warner is representing the Sunrisers Hyderabad, but things could change before the next IPL edition as a mega auction is held with two new teams at the competition.

Any formal announcement, but if the reports are to be believed, the eight existing franchises will not be able to keep more than two players. RCB did not get off to an ideal start in the UAE stage of the IPL. Defeated by KKR in the first match and then CSK in the next match.

RCB skipper Virat Kohli said during the post-game presentation: “The wicket got a little slower. But I think we put 1520 runs aside.

It would have been a total winner. I didn’t shoot consistently. I didn’t show that. ” a lot of courage, I think, with the ball.”They threw well at the end of the innings, they did the slower balls and the Yorkers well.

We talked about areas we didn’t want to hit and we didn’t. That bit of Xfactor was missing in the first part.” 56 overs,said the 32yearold more courageously in the crucial moments. This tournament is going fast,” he added.

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