Does the CEO interfere in KKR’s selection issues? Shreyas Iyer’s statement raises questions

IPL 2022 – Interference in KKR CEO selection? It seems that Shreyas Iyer has unwittingly opened a pandora’s box. The Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) captain’s comment during the post-match presentation raised eyebrows over the CEO’s interference in team selection matters. And now, more reports are emerging about KKR CEO Venky Mysore’s involvement in selection matters: Follow the IPL 2022 LIVE updates with InsideSport.IN

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According to a report by The Telegraph, sources within the KKR structure, past and present, have made some observations about how the CEO works.

“A good number of senior and international players were so annoyed by his interference at different times that some even considered leaving the camp halfway through in previous IPLs”

According to the report, the KKR camp source accused the CEO of continued interference in selection matters.

“While Gautam Gambhir and Trevor Bayliss were captain and head coach, the CEO remained mostly in the background. But after the departure of Gambhir and Bayliss, the CEO’s involvement in team affairs large and small increased. » says the report.

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IPL 2022: All not well in KKR camp after Shreyas Iyer’s statement ‘CEO involved in team selection’, more uncomfortable voices emerge from Knight Riders team

Interference in the selection of the CEO of KKR? Shreyas Iyer vs KKR CEO: KKR has been listless this season. They are currently seventh in the IPL points table with 10 points from 12 games.

KKR used five different opening combinations in 12 games at the expense of stability. The KKR skipper was asked about the constant cuts and changes in team selections after beating Mumbai Indians in the last game.

“It’s really difficult. I was also in this position once when I started playing IPL. We discuss with the coaches, the CEO is also involved in the selection of the team. Baz (head coach Brendon McCullum) goes to the players and tells them if they’re not playing.

Iyer’s comment raised eyebrows. And the questions started to do the rounds, where is the center of power? Does Shreyas have the freedom to be his own man? Does he make the selection decisions?

The Telegraph further reported “that the CEO have a say in every meeting related to the team”. InsideSport could not independently verify the report.

IPL 2022 Kolkata Knight Riders: Where does KKR stand in the IPL 2022 playoff race? Can they still qualify for the Playoffs?

IPL 2022: Where is KKR in the race for the IPL 2022 qualifiers?

Kolkata Knights (7th, 10 points): Shreyas Iyer & Co’s playoff hopes are hanging by a thread after KKR recorded a 52-point win over the Mumbai Indians. KKR will have to win their remaining matches by a big margin.

  • KKR must win all of their remaining 2 matches.
  • Even after winning all of their matches, they can reach a maximum of 14 points.
  • With three teams locked at 10 points each and three other teams above that mark, 14 points won’t be enough to qualify.
  • KKR remaining matches: SRH, LSG

Here is the latest update IPL 2022 points table after GT beat LSG Highlights:

Teams Rug Won Lost Attached NR Points NRR
Gujarat Titans 12 9 3 0 0 18 0.376
Lucknow Super Giants 12 8 4 0 0 16 0.385
Rajasthani Royals 11 7 4 0 0 14 0.326
Bangalore Royal Challengers 12 7 5 0 0 14 -0.115
Capitals of Delhi 11 5 6 0 0 ten 0.15
Sunrisers Hyderabad 11 5 6 0 0 ten -0.031
Kolkata Knight Riders 12 5 7 0 0 ten -0.057
Kings of Punjab 11 5 6 0 0 ten -0.231
Chennai Super Kings 11 4 7 0 0 8 0.028
Bombay Indians 11 2 9 0 0 4 -0.894

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