Originally Posted by Abid_Khan
This has nothing to do with the match but..
"IPL-related disruptions are not new to the West Indies team, which last year was denied access to its leading players until just days before the first Test against Australia. Gayle, Ramnaresh Sarwan and Shivnarine Chanderpaul joined the national squad did not attend a pre-series training camp, while Bravo arrived into Jamaica on Test-eve aboard a private jet, paid for by Mumbai.
I'd like to point out that the MI management team is really organised and helpful unlike KKR.
Originally Posted by Razi
So that means my guess has turn into reality, no Bravo, no Napier. Get ready guys, today will be the first match of our captain in the IPL, and as it is in Jo'burg I'm pretty hopeful that he will put up a good show if he gets a chance.
That was from last year. This year Bravo will play all the matches before Semi-Final.
Abid, you are right, MI team management is very professional. plus the owner is a multi-billionare. 7th among the world's richet people.