IPL 2018: What are the Ten Commandments of a KKR

Ten Commandments of a kKR

Ten Commandments of a kKR

XtraTime Web Desk:  It is not easy to be a Kolkata Knight Riders player. Being bought by the franchise is just the beginning for the player.

KKR focuses a lot of its attention towards the attitude of the players towards its opponents, fans and the cricket officials. It looks to always keep the morale of the team high by creating a happy environment around it.

For this purpose, they have created the Ten Commandments of a knight. These commandments are rules that the squad follows religiously.

These are as follows:

1: Knights love to win.

2: Knights regard Eden Gardens as their secret shrine.

3: Knights know their Knights inside out.

4: Knights fight till they win.

5: Knights never turn their backs to their Knights.

6: Knights have thick skin.

7: Knights take responsibility

8:  Knights shall always play a fair game.

9: Knights always respect their opponents.

10: last but not the least, “KORBO, LORBO, JEETBO “their tagline.

These Ten Commandments have been placed in the rooms of every KKR player so that even in their subconscious mind they follow these commandments.

These commandments are a win-win. Both for the sport and for the team.

This fiat will definitely pave the way for success for KKR if they can follow it rigorously to the core.

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