David Warner confirmed to play for RCB in IPL 2022

David Warner Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) The former captain has not been kept for IPL 2022 season. Still, the Australian cricketer remains engaged on social networks. He is often responding to Indian fans on social media. David Warner confirmed that he is keen to join RCB in the IPL 2022.

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David Warner had a tough time playing for the franchise during The IPL 2021. The Southpaw was demoted from captaincy in the first instance and later was removed from the team eleven at two times. There was also a suggestion that Warner was refused entry into the team bus to the stadium before the match between SRH and Chennai Super Kings. Chennai Super Kings (CSK).

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It was believed that two parties would part ways before the IPL 2022 season. This took place on the 30th of November when the champions of 2016 were retained by Kane Williamson, Umran Malik, along Abdul Samad. Once that is done, fans are waiting to find out which franchise the opening will take on in the future. There is a chance that the 35-year-old could be in charge of either of two franchises in Lucknow and Ahmedabad.

But, a user on Instagram demanded David Warner join the RCB, which has retained Virat Kohli, Glenn Maxwell, and Mohammed Siraj. Warner has replied to the post by using emojis. This suggests that the player could be playing alongside Kohli and his teammate Maxwell.

A major change has occurred; RCB is set to recruit an experienced captain from West Indian. The RCB franchise will have to be rebuilt and create a new core group of players. The Bengaluru team will also have to select an interim captain following Kohl has resigned from the top position following the IPL 2021. Some believe Maxwell is likely to be offered the top position; others believe that KL Rahul Shreyas Iyer, David Warner, or new players will be named and appointed captain in the future. RCB captain.

Former Team India opener-turned-commentator Aakash Chopra suggested an interesting name to captain RCB. Chopra stated, "For RCB, West Indies Jason Holder, the former captain of Team India is another option for captaincy " on the Youtube channel. They will need to purchase an additional captain, which may be Holder. As I consider the pitch and other issues, I think Holder could be a great player. He's a great player for all teams.


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