Pro Kabaddi Season 8:- The eighth season of the Pro Kabaddi League will start from 22nd December in Bangalore. The title of the first season in 2014 was won by Abhishek Bachchan’s team Jaipur Pink Panthers. However, since then the team has never
Pro Kabaddi League Hala Phase is going to start from 22nd December
The first phase of the eighth season of the Pro Kabaddi League (Pro Kabaddi Season 8) is going to start on 22 December. In view of the threat of Corona, this time the league is being organized at a convention center in Bangalore. All the matches will be played in this center and all the 12 teams will also stay here. Due to Corona, the Pro Kabaddi League could not be organized last year. Last time in 2019, Bengal Warriors won the first title of PKL by defeating Dabang Delhi.
No team is considered a strong contender for victory in the 8th season.
In the 8th season, no team can be considered a strong contender for victory. However, this time, Abhishek Bachchan’s team Jaipur Pink Panthers, who won the first Pro Kabaddi League title, definitely looks balanced. Because the team has retained most of the players of the last season this time.
In the auction, Pink Panthers made season 7 players with them
Jaipur Pink Panthers made a great start in the seventh season of the Pro Kabaddi League. But after that the team got derailed and missed out on securing a place in the playoffs as well. The team finished seventh. Now forgetting this failure in this season, the team would like to start better. In the auction for this season of Pro Kabaddi League, Pink Panthers has managed to retain most of the players of Season 7.
Panthers bought raider for Rs 96 lakh
Apart from this, Jaipur Pink Panthers have retained the youth quartet with them. It includes Pawan TR, Sushil Gulia, Sachin Narwal, and Alvarashan A. Due to Dharmaraj Cheralathan along with them, these players have also got an experienced leader in the team. At the same time, Pink Panthers have also strengthened their raiding by buying players like Arjun Deshwal and Naveen at a hefty price in the auction.
Pink Panthers spent Rs 96 lakh to buy Arjun
Pink Panthers has spent Rs 96 lakh to buy Arjun. His base price was Rs 20 lakh. He was playing for U Mumba for the last two seasons. Arjun had scored 106 points in 19 matches last season.
The new coach will change the fate of the Pink Panthers
Pink Panthers will play a total of 11 matches in the first half of the Pro Kabaddi League. Out of this, 4 will be played in December and 7 in January. The last 3 seasons of Pink Panthers have not gone well. The team could not even make it to the top-4. So far in the league, Pink Panthers have won 54 out of 126 matches, lost 61, and drawn 11 matches. In the last season, the team lost only 11 matches out of 22. That is, 50 percent of the matches were lost.