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Pro Kabaddi League 2019 In quest to defend title, Bengaluru Bulls keep faith in tried and tested formula

Pro Kabaddi League 2019: In quest to defend title

Bengaluru Bulls’ Pro Kabaddi ride has been topsy-turvy, to say the least. After making a strong start in the first two seasons, their form nosedived thereafter when they failed to make the playoffs for three straight campaigns.
However, in the previous edition, the Bulls rose from the ashes to clinch their maiden title.

Coach report:

Randhir Singh is the longest-serving coach in Pro Kabaddi having led the Bulls in every season since the opening campaign.
The former Railways employee has been a crucial part of India’s Kabaddi infrastructure, raising stars like Rakesh Kumar. He was nominated for a Dronacharya award by the Kabaddi Federation.

He is a coach who has always put faith in young players, giving Pro Kabaddi debuts to Pawan Sehrawat and Pardeep Narwal. The duo’s success in the league since is a testament to his eye for talent.

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Continuity will be the greatest strength for the Bulls who have six out of the seven players that started last year’s final against Gujarat Fortunegiants in their ranks. With a great understanding among its members, the Bengaluru side could hit the ground running in the upcoming season.

The Bulls’ success last season was built on Sehrawat’s raiding heroics, Rohit’s captaincy and a steady defence. Sehrawat and Rohit scored 433 raid points among them and the duo would be keen to improve on that tally after a year’s experience of playing in tandem.

A team full of superstars in the first two seasons with players like Manjeet Chhillar, Ajay Thakur and Dharmaraj Cheralathan in their ranks, the Bulls were a force in the league. It took the strong U Mumba side under Bhaskaran Edachery to stop the Bulls from winning their first title in the first two seasons. In season one, they were undone in the semi-finals, before finishing second best in a nerve-wracking final in the second edition.

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