After studies emerged of England all-rounder Moeen Ali requesting Chennai Super Kings (CSK) administration to remove a sure sponsor emblem from his jersey due to his religion’s ban on alcohol, CSK CEO Kasi Vishwanathan on Monday said that no such requests had been made. There have been additionally studies suggesting that the Super Kings had agreed to Moeen’s request for removing of the emblem.
“It was misquoted and nobody has raised that point,” Vishwanathan advised the indianexpress.com.
“Not even the player and neither have we spoken about it and no request was made to remove any such logo,” he added.
Ali, who’s a practising Muslim, doesn’t sport logos of alcohol manufacturers for his nationwide crew or any different home aspect. CSK’s jersey has the emblem of a SNJ 10000, which is a Chennai-based SNJ Distilleries beer model.
Moeen Ali, was part of the Royal Challengers Bangalore within the earlier season. However, this time he’ll current the boys in yellow after he was purchased for 7 crores.
Earlier, Ali had expressed his pleasure about enjoying beneath the management of former India captain MS Dhoni.
“I’ve spoken to players who have played under MS and they tell me how he improves their game. I believe a great captain does that,” Moeen was quoted as saying by the CSK web site.
“I think it’s something on every player’s wish list to play under MS. I think it’s the confidence and the clarity he gives people. It’s exciting,” he added.