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RCB: ‘If you had kept the team before personal records…’, Ambati Rayudu raised questions on the leadership of RCB

'If you had kept the team before personal records...', Ambati Rayudu raised questions on the leadership of RCB

RCB: Explaining the reason for RCB’s failure, Ambati Rayudu said that leadership and management give priority to personal milestones before the team.

Former CSK player Ambati Rayudu has suddenly become RCB’s biggest critic ever since Royal Challengers Bangalore defeated Chennai Super Kings. Rayudu, who has been making constant statements, has recently raised questions on the management and leadership of RCB in a new tweet. Rayudu believes that instead of focusing on personal records, the RCB leadership will have to focus on the team.

Rayudu targeted RCB

Ambati Rayudu tweeted that the team management and leadership not only focused on personal records, but also threw out great players, due to which they had to suffer the consequences.

Ambati Rayudu wrote in the tweet, “I truly express my condolences to all the RCB supporters who have enthusiastically supported the team over the years. If the management and leaders had put the team’s interests ahead of personal milestones, RCB would have won many titles.

The former CSK player has advised RCB to improve their team in the mega auction. “Just remember how many great players have been left out,” he said. Force your management to bring in players who will put the interests of the team first. “A great new chapter can begin with the mega auction.”

Earlier also Rayudu had taunted Virat

In the league stage of IPL 2024, RCB made a strong comeback by defeating CSCO and exiting the tournament. After this, he had to face defeat from RR in the eliminator match. After this Rayudu targeted Virat Kohli.

He said, “The IPL trophy cannot be won just by shouting and celebrating. To win the IPL trophy, you have to play well in the playoffs and win all the important matches.”

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