Perhaps of India’s most cherished sport, Kabaddi, will be back soon with the tenth time of the Ace Kabaddi Association, which starts in the city of Ahmedabad. What’s more, in front of the much anticipated day, Ahmedabad and Gujarat’s own personal group, the Gujarat Monsters, have reported Fazel Atrachali as the skipper for the side while Rohit Gulia is the bad habit commander. The group is trained by the adroit strategist and experienced mentor Slam Mehar Singh.
The Gujarat Monsters have been finalists two times, in 2017 and 2018, and will be quick to join a tip top gathering of groups by sacking the esteemed PKL title. Co-unexpectedly, in the 2017 mission, Fazel was important for the Goliaths crew that arrived at the last. The 31-year-old safeguard has been a double cross victor of the PKL and a three-time Asian Games medallist and will hope to utilize all his involvement with the most significant level to lead the charge for the Goliaths.
“In the PKL season 10, among all the players, Fazel is one of the most decorated players and he has won a lot of medals in his career. I have worked with Fazel before, and he is a great player, and in our mind, he was our clear choice for the captaincy for Adani’s Gujarat Giants,” said Ram Mehar Singh, Coach of Gujarat Giants.
With any semblance of Rakesh and Parteek Dahiya showing a lot of commitment, and the arrival of Fazel, the Gujarat Goliaths have a decent measure of ability in their positions. Alongside them, there are likewise any semblance of Rohit and Sourav Gulia, Vikash Jaglan, Arkam Shaikh, GB More and the Iranian all-rounder Mohammad Esmaeil Nabibakhsh. With such incredible ability and involvement with their removal, the Gujarat Goliaths will go for the gold beginning to the season.
Lead trainer Slam Mehar Singh said that the group, which had been based out of New Delhi, had been doing all that could be within reach to guarantee they top brilliantly and are in structure.
“Gujarat Giants is a very big team and it is my pleasure to be back in the team. I am delighted to be leading the team and, in the squad, we have a lot of youngsters. I know we all work well together and as a captain that makes my job easier. And I am happy about how things are shaping up,” said Fazel Atrachali.
The Gujarat Goliaths will start their season with a game against Telegu Titans on December 2, which is the first day of the season of the competition. Every one of the games in Ahmedabad will be played at The TransStadia. The tenth time of the Star Kabaddi Association likewise denotes a re-visitation of the procession design following three years.