Are we witnessing Warner in Orange color for the last time in IPL?


Yes you read the title correctly, ace SRH player David Warner is going through the time with the willow at the moment and his chances have become bleak especially after Jason Roy scored 63 runs in the last encounter against Rajasthan Royals which the franchise won by 7 wickets.

David Warner

If you look at the current season of IPL, things have not gone well for SRH and Warner as the latter had to step down from captaincy to make way for Kane Williamson, and his form with the willow has made things difficult for him to make a comeback for SRH in this season.

As the mega auction is going to take place soon this year with the addition of two more teams in IPL all the franchises will be retaining and releasing few players ahead of next season as per the reports are to believed, SRH management is not looking keen to retain Warner which simply would signify that it is the end of the road for Warner who will have IPL career with other franchise but not with SRH.

If that happens and Warner comes in an auction will simply mean that not all franchisees are like CSK and MI who back their players and that’s why they are so successful in the cash-rich league.

Warner’s contribution to SRH has been immense as under his leadership they won the IPL title in 2016 beating RCB. He has also scored more than 800 runs in a single season only trailing behind Virat Kohli 973 runs in a single season in 2016 itself.

IPL is all about Entertainment, skills, and Finance as the league is extremely rich in the world due to heavy money which is invested in the different franchises in order to acquire World Class players and when they take World Class players in their lineup they expect players to deliver on a consistent basis. Warner not being retained for SRH ahead of next season will not be big news for all the sports lovers who understand the finances associated with the marquee event.


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