Following the conclusion of their campaign as the top four teams fight it out to determine the finalists, veteran Mumbai all-rounder Abhishek Nayar posted a tweet which suggests that things in the Mumbai’s camp are not quite right.
The all-rounder who has been a rescuer for the team over the years with the bat, as well as the ball, was earlier dropped from the side ahead of their last and important league game against Tripura. Chief selector of Mumbai Ajit Agarkar had clarified on their decision of axing the all-rounder and had cited his poor form as the reason for the same.
They had won the final league game against Tripura and made it to the knockouts but Nayar was again ignored from the side for the knockout clash against Karnataka. The game could’ve been his 100th first-class appearance.
The veteran all-rounder on Tuesday tweeted that there’s someone in the Mumbai’s camp who doesn’t want the team to be happy and united. According to Nayar after a win, one can hear the terms like unity, teamwork, family, and bonding. But there’s someone at the top position in the Mumbai camp doesn’t want to hear any of those words. Instead, he wants to destroy the good things.
Here is the tweet which Nayar posted.
Everytime a team wins u hear words like teamwork,unity,preparation,bonding,family,What if you have some1 at the helm who doesn't want any of it just wants to destroy something good...????????????#RIP— abhishek nayar (@abhisheknayar1) December 19, 2017