Kieron Pollard: Caribbean veteran Kieron Pollard has announced his retirement from the Indian Premier League (IPL). Pollard may have retired, but he will still remain with Mumbai Indians. In fact, Pollard will be seen as the batting coach of the Mumbai team in the next season. In the big post that Pollard has written for retirement, he has also given information about this. Seeing the smoky finisher coaching can also be a unique experience for Mumbai fans.
Pollard will be seen in dual role after retiring from IPL
After retiring from IPL, Pollard will be the batting coach of Mumbai Indians, but apart from this he will have another responsibility. In fact, he will also be seen playing for the Mumbai team in the T20 league to be held in the UAE. Mumbai has also bought a team named MI Emirates in UAE’s T20 league and Pollard will be seen playing in this team. Pollard has retired from IPL only because he does not want to play for any team other than Mumbai.
Pollard’s journey started in 2010
Pollard made his IPL debut for Mumbai in 2010 and continued to play for the team till 2022. He has also captained the team on several occasions and has been one of the most reliable players of the team. Pollard was used by Mumbai as an excellent finisher and at the same time he also took wickets on important occasions on the basis of clever bowling. Apart from scoring 3412 runs, Pollard has also taken 69 wickets in his name.
Kieron Pollard Retirement: Pollard retired from IPL after being released from Mumbai Indians, wrote a big post emotionally