Brad Hague calls CSK captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni the king of the franchise – he becomes the coach of the team

The remaining matches of the second phase of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 will take place in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from September 19. The league final is scheduled for October 15 and the T20 World Cup will begin two days later. Chennai Super Kings (CSK) captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, one of the most successful teams in the IPL, is currently playing in the IPL after retiring from international cricket. However, Dhoni, who will be turning 40 on Wednesday, will be debating how long he will play in the IPL and what he will do after quitting the IPL. Former Australian leg spinner Brad Hogg has replied. Dhoni, who has won three ICC awards for India under his captaincy, said he would not leave the CSK team because he was the Maharaja of that franchise. Hogg said Dhoni will do what he does after his retirement.

On Twitter, a fan named Ibrahim asked some questions about Hogg’s Dhoni’s future. The fan asked which franchise would like to buy Dhoni again and get more of his experience if CSK Dhoni is not retained in IPL mega auction 2022. Responding to a fan query, The Hague said, ‘MS Dhoni is not leaving Chennai Super Kings. They are franchise maharajas. He will take on the coaching role at the club.

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The remaining matches of the IPL 2021 will be held in the UAE, while the T20 World Cup will be held in the UAE instead of India due to the corona epidemic. The second leg of the IPL will be held from September 19 to October 15 while the T20 World Cup will start from October 17. Former India captain Dhoni and his wife Sakshi Dhoni have completed 11 years of their marriage on Sunday. Dhoni, who made her India debut in 2004, married a witness on July 4, 2010. After 11 years of marriage, fans have been congratulating Dhoni and Sakshi on social media.

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