Pro Kabaddi League 2021: Complete captain list of all 12 teams for PKL 8

For the first time, PKL is witnessing the Triple Header format at this time. The first four days of Season 8 and next Saturday will have three games, giving the audience a chance to watch one additional game.

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The tournament began with a U Mumba match against the Bengaluru Bulls at the opening of the Sheraton Grand Tournament at the Whitefield Hotel and Convention Center in Bengaluru. All 12 teams will stay at the hotel in a biosecurity balloon throughout the tournament due to the pandemic.

Although the format of the 8th season of PKL will be the same as the previous edition, all 12 teams will play against each other twice, and the top six teams will qualify for the playoffs. However, almost every side looks a little different from previous seasons.

So, most teams are led by new faces for this season, while a few teams have shown faith in past captains as well.

The 12 captains representing each team are Maninder Singh of the Bengal Warriors, Joginder Narwal of Dabang Delhi KC, Sunil Kumar of the Gujarat Giants, Pawan Sehrawat of the Bengaluru Bulls, Vikash Kandola of the Haryan Steelers, Deepak Hood of the Jaipur Pink Kumar Panthans, Pirates, Nitin Tomar from Puneri Paltana, Surjeet Singh from Tamil Thalaivas, Rohit Kumar from Telugu Titans, Nitesh Kumar from UP Yoddha and Fazel Atrachali from U Mumba.

Here is what each captain said before the start of the league:

Bengal warriors captain, Maninder Singh (captain from previous season): “Kabaddi is an extremely difficult sport that requires quick strategic thinking and mindfulness. The team has worked hard to build its fitness and is working on key techniques. Entering season 8 as a title defender is extremely motivating. The team is ready and ready. To lead a competitive game Against every adversary. “

Dabang Delhi KC captain Joginder Narwal (captain from previous season): “As we enter the new season of the Pro Kabaddi League, we look forward to competitive matches because each team has made every effort to improve their game. With passion and new goals, we, as a team, are excited about the new season and the goal is to take home for the first time a prestigious trophy. “

Gujarat Giants captain, Sunil Kumar (new captain): “The Pro Kabaddi League has really helped us grow as players and improve our playing skills. The team has connected well and as a unit we have built a strategy for this season to ensure we do the best we can. I look forward to a successful 8th season and do our fans proud. “

Bengaluru Bulls captain, Pawan Sehrawat (captain from previous season): “We take all situations into account and plan to achieve the best results throughout the season. Sir Randhir keeps us on our feet and trains us mentally and physically to prepare us in the best possible way to be successful at the moment.”

Haryana Steelers captain Vikash Kandola (new captain): “Our coach and staff are working hard to build the team we have this season. They paid close attention to our fitness regimes and our training was very good. Our team has a good mix of young and experienced players and we are all ready to take on any challenge and make this season very successful. “

Jaipur Pink Panthers captain Deepak Hood (captain from previous season): “We worked rigorously for the new season and we intend to give the best goal. With a team that has new young talents, we will certainly have a great season because we will be a surprise package. The team is mentally and physically ready for the new season and we aim to play well with strategic and smart thinking. “

Path pirates captain, Prashant Kumar Rai (new captain): “Our approach this season is different – we go with a young team and refreshed prospects in terms of strategy and planning. Every game will have an element of surprise that will keep our opposing team on its feet. There is a plan B for every situation, and we will step on the mat with full Our fans across the country will not be disappointed and we ask them to continue to support us from the comfort of their homes. “

Puneri Paltan captain, Nitin Tomar (new captain): “With the start of season 8, there is great excitement among team members and fans. We look forward to returning to the game with a high level of competitiveness – training is rigorous; we are working on more levels of technique and skills. This year we want to honor fans with matches they are biting their nails and we intend to take the trophy home. “

Telugu Titanium captain, Rohit Kumar (new captain): This season is very different from the previous one because there is a change in the format of the league, it’s a different environment we get used to. We have a very rounded team with top talents who can make huge impacts on future games. make our fans happy. “

Tamil Thalaivas captain Surjeet Singh (new captain): “I think we have a young and talented team this season, these youngsters have the ability to show off their skills on the mat. We have been training hard under Udaya cheese and we will try to do our best on the big stage.”

UP Yoddha captain, Nitesh Kumar (captain from previous season): “First, we are excited to finally be back on the mat after a two year break, second, we are confident and well prepared, thanks to the long time we spent as a team during our long training at our UP Yoddha BK Kabaddi Academy. This will be a challenging season, both on and off the mat given the new dynamics of bubble life, but as a team we are ready to take on the challenges and do our best for each other, the fans and our home country of Uttar Pradesh. “

UMumba captain, Fazel Atrachali (captain from previous season): “We open the season with a game against the Bengaluru Bulls – a strong team on paper, but we have prepared a contingency plan for each player. We are going to a simple game with a strong and balanced team. We have a combination of speed and agility in our attack. – We are confident that we will entertain the fans with a nail biting game. “

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