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Bengaluru Bulls’ Randhir Singh Sehrawat is disappointed with the departure of ‘high flyer’ Pawan Sehrawat. MPNRC News

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Life is moving on for Bengaluru Bulls head coach Randhir Singh Sehrawat in the Vivo Pro Kabaddi League, much like his protégé, Pawan Sehrawat has decided to seek a new challenge with a new franchise (Twitter Promotion of season nine. Later joined Tamil Thalaivas. Successful bid of Rs 2.26 crore for Raiders in PKL auction .The Bulls decided to let go of their star player, the coach prefers to look ahead and develop new talent.

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Bulls backed out of chasing Pawan in PKL Season 8 and went for Vikas Khandola, formerly with Haryana Steelers and got their man. “Players become stars and chase their dreams. Under my coaching, the Bulls are focused on building new players to replace him. I am the creator (of the players),” said Randhir Singh Sehrawat. “I will try to share the experience I have with Vikas earlier with Pawan.”

At the PKL auction, the coach ran into his student (now with Thalaivas) and burst into tears upon realizing the separation. “We met after the auction, got emotional but then each made their own decision. As the coach of Bengaluru Bulls, it is my responsibility to ensure that our team performs well and help Indian Kabaddi by contributing new players who can excel for the country. Pro Kabaddi gives us a platform to develop coaches and players and we are thankful to them.

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Khandola bulls cost Rs. 1.70 crore, on the first day of the auction Pawan was priced at Rs. 2.26 crores (highest bid in PKL history). “Money is a part of the Kabaddi story. We are training the players, putting food in their mouths and nurturing them to perform well for the team. Kabaddi players are not in good health, PKL money helps them to get their lives on track.”

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Randhir Singh pointed out that instead of talent-spotting at national championships, he promises players at local tournaments. “It is national for the federation officials to identify talent from India. I participate in local kabaddi tournaments, identify talent and work on their game. Pawan joined our team, worked hard and is now a big name.

The Bulls coach, formerly in charge of the Indian Railways squad, likes working with lesser-known faces because of his hunger to improve. “Sportsmen with a full stomach are usually not motivated to work hard after a certain stage in their career. Compared to the stars, people from difficult backgrounds are hungry for knowledge and I am trying to put food in their mouths through training. ” He named Bharat (raider), Vinod Naik (defender) in this context.

Pawan grabbed headlines as the highest paid pro (Indian and foreign) to play PKL season nine. Vikas and Ghuman Singh (Thaliwas paid Rs 1.21 crore) were in the list of millionaires among Indians. Iran defender Fazel Atrachali tops the foreign category (Rs 1.38 crore from Puneri Paltans). UP Yoddha matched Pardeep Narwal’s bid from Gujarat Giants (Rs 90 lakh). These can be life-changing moments for players.

When asked what advice he would give to youngsters who dream of playing pro kabaddi, PKL ace Pawan stressed on fitness. “When young athletes come to me for guidance, I try to tell them about taking care of their bodies. It’s easy to change teams and work in new setups as long as they are fit,” said the league’s most valuable player last season.

Nicknamed the ‘High Flyer’, the 23-year-old from New Delhi donned the colors of Gujarat Giants (2017), and Bengaluru Bulls (2014-2016, 2018-2021) before moving to Thalaivas. “I’m looking forward to being a part of a title-winning team,” said Raider, whose 2021 season for the Bulls included 24 games, 320 total points, a 64 percent raid strike rate, a 46 percent tackle strike rate and will play under coach Udayakumar.

Twelve teams will participate in the PKL 2022 and the teams have been finalized at the end of the two-day auction. Each team’s salary was Rs 4.4 crore and the players to be auctioned were divided into four categories (A, B, C, D) with different base prices for each category. PKL Commissioner, Anupam Goswami said: “We are excited about the comeback of PKL after two years. It is the home of high quality Kabaddi for fans here and abroad.”

“I think it’s important to create a sustainable system and there are many factors that will contribute to the league being able to go into its tenth year next year, but I think the important factor is how you strike the right balance. . Pro Kabaddi’s Player Purse has worked really well for all stakeholders – team owners as well as players. For the players, it is clear that he has carved out an ambitious career,” added Goswami.

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