From Michael Clarke to Mitchell Johnson, Delhi Daredevils could be spoilt for options during the February auctions. Photo Courtesy - DNA
From Michael Clarke to Mitchell Johnson, Delhi Daredevils could be spoilt for options during the February auctions. Photo Courtesy – DNA

 

Jan 13, 2014

 

Delhi Daredevils have decided to start afresh in this year’s edition of the Indian Premier League by not retaining any of their players ahead of the February auctions.

 

After a dismal campaign last time round, the Daredevils’ management has decided to go on a shopping spree during this year’s auctions. They will enter the auctions with Rs 60 crores in their purse and three “rights to match” cards. The above picture lists some of the possible picks, reports DNA.

 

Coach Gary Kirsten and team manager, Aashish Kapoor will be charting out an elaborate bucket-list ahead of the auctions. With Rs 60 crores in their purse, they can now choose from a huge pool of capped and uncapped players, and build a competitive roster for the next season.