IPL 2022: Franchises Thanked Their Players For Their Contributions And Memories

New Delhi, Nov 30, : Just hours before the IPL 2022 retention list was announced, franshies bid farewell to their players on Tuesday by thanking them for all their contributions over the years.
The deadline for player retention has passed for the eight Franchises and the BCCI will announce the retention list via a broadcaster.

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Each team can keep a maximum of four players.This includes three Indians and two foreigners.

Many players may not be able to play again for the same franchise, making it a very emotional moment for both Franchises and cricketers.

Five-time champions Mumbai Indians gave a touching farewell to their players.

“It’s Retention Day!” Few will ever be reunited.Few will continue to play in different colors.One thing is certain, they’ll always remain part of our #OneFamily,” tweeted the Mumbai Indians.They are likely to retain Rohit Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah, Suryakumar Yadav and Kieron Pollard.

The Chennai Super Kings, the defending champions, said that their love for 2021 will always be special.

“The highs, loves and memories of 2021 that we shared as a family will always be Super Special!” CSK tweeted that the #Yellove would fill our Yellow heart, no matter where we go!

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) is looking for a new captain to lead the next season.

They said they will always be a close family and will cherish fond memories.

“All of us won’t be together at RCB next season, due to the challenge the auction throws us.But we will always be a loved family and treasure fond memories.RCB tweeted, “Once an RCBian.

Always an RCBian,” and they are likely to keep Virat Kohli and Glenn Maxwell.

Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH), who didn’t have a great IPL season last year, are planning to retain Kane Williamson and Abdul Samad.

“We thank all the players for their contributions to SRH over these years.This is not a goodbye.

We hope to welcome back some Risers at the #ForeverOrange auction,” tweeted SRH thanking their customers.

“Framed within our hearts forever,” tweeted Delhi Capitals (DC), along with a picture featuring all the players.

DC are likely to keep Rishabh Pan, Prithvi Shaw and Anrich Nortje ahead of next season.

“Our Knights in shining Armor #ThankYou #Knights#IPL2021 #KKR#AmiKKR,” tweeted Kolkata Knight Riders, who plan to retain Sunil Narine and Andre Russell, Varunchakravarthy, Venkatesh Iyer, and Varun Chakravarthy.

“One.Last.Time.Send some love and messages to #SaddaSquad starting at #IPL2021,” said Punjab Kings with the team group picture.Punjab is likely to retain only Arshdeep Singh and Mayank Agarwal.

“One last night as team,” the Rajasthan Royals wrote on Instagram, along with the group picture.

RR will retain Jos Buttler, Sanju Samson, and Yashasvi jaiswal.

After the eight legacy Franchises have confirmed their retention, the two new teams of Lucknow and Ahmedabad can purchase three players from the remaining players heading for the auction pool.

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