Shane Warne dual role in Rajasthan Royals IPL 2020
Legspin legend Shane Warne dual role in Rajasthan Royals IPL 2020 as the brand ambassador of Rajasthan Royals for the second time. At the same time, he has taken over the responsibility of being the mentor of the team; Will work with team head coach Andrew MacDonald. IPL 2020 Live streaming will start from 19th September 2020, Star Sports and Sony will be the official broadcasters in India to stream IPL Live Streaming.
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Warne’s relationship with McDonald’s is long overdue. The two played together for Victoria from 2003 to 2006. Warne will also help Royals cricket chief Zubin Varucha. The Rajasthan Royals captained Warne to the title when Warne captained the team in the inaugural season of the IPL in 2006.
In a statement on the Rajasthan Royals’ Twitter, Warne said, “It’s a pleasure to work with the Royals. It’s my team, like my family. I can work very comfortably under this franchise. They give me a lot of priority and I am also very happy to work with them. We want to work together to make our team known to the world in such a way that the fans can love us with all their hearts. ‘
‘This season I will be working as a team mentor. We have two great personalities like Zubin Varucha and Andrew MacDonald in our team. Hopefully, we will have a successful season and achieve something big. ‘
Warne will also work as an ambassador to strengthen the Royals’ international fanbase in Dubai and to reach various agreements with sponsors. She will also work for the Royal Rajasthan Foundation on cultural rights for girls and will take part in various campaigns.
Jack Lush McCorm, Royals’ chief operating officer, is thrilled with Warne’s inclusion in the squad. “Warne is one of the best cricketers of all time and he is very special to us,” he said. Warne is a person who is good at managing the team and we are very happy he will help us present the Royals to the world.
Warne, who has taken 606 wickets in 145 Tests and 293 wickets in 194 ODIs, has taken 58 wickets in 55 matches in four seasons in the IPL.