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Pro Kabaddi League: Telugu Titans team launched

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Visakhapatnam | Friday, Jul 18 2014 IST
The Visakhapatnam Franchise team of Pro Kabaddi League named 'Telugu Titans,' owned by three entrepreneurs Srini Sreeramaneni of Core Green Group, Mahesh Kolli of Greenko Group and Gautham Nedurumalli of NED Group, was launched here today.

The Telugu Titans team, comprising 9 players, sported their official team jersey along with the launch of the of the team anthem and unveil of Logo of the team here,Vizag city will be hosting seven matches the PKL at Port Trust Indoor Stadium from August 16 to 19.

The team comprises of young elite international players (9 Indian and 3 foreign, including two from Pakistan), captained by Rajaguru Subramanian (defender), Deepak Niwas Hooda, who was bought for Rs 12.6 lakh in the auction and he is the second most costly player in the league and Vizag Port city player V Satyanarayana.

The team is under the expert tutelage of top coaches in the country J Uday Kumar and K Jagmohan and supported by Omkumar (Physio) and Muralidharan (Yoga). The league will be run on a franchisee-based model featuring eight city based (Vizag, Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Jaipur, Patna and Bengaluru) franchises playing in a caravan style format. MORE UNI BSR VV AK1805 NNNN

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