PKL Top 10 Unsold Players List of Pro Kabaddi League 2022-23: PKL Season 9

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pkl top 10 unsold players of pro kabaddi league season 9

In the two days of the Vivo Pro Kabaddi Season 9 Player Auction from 5th to 6th August, we saw that the teams break their banks to buy their favorite players as well as retain some old ones. Few players touch the crore mark while some major names of the Pro Kabaddi League didn’t find any buyers among the 12 teams.

There were many of the big players that remained unsold till the last round of the auction and then their luck helped them out in receiving bids from different teams. They remained successful in finding a home for Pro Kabaddi season 9. Some of the notable players remained unsold because of their bad performance in the last PKL season while others remained unsold only because of their bad luck.

PKL Top Unsold Players List of Pro Kabaddi League: PKL Season 9 Auction 2022-23

The list of top players that went surprisingly unsold in PKL season 9 Auction 2022-23 are as below:

  • Sandeep Narwal
  • Sukesh Hegde
  • Ran Singh
  • Mohsen Maghsoudlou Jafari
  • Abozar Mighani
  • Hadi Oshtorak
  • Rohit Kumar 
  • Rishank Devadiga

PKL Top 10 Unsold Players List of Pro Kabaddi League: PKL Season 8

The PKL top 10 unsold players list of Pro Kabaddi League in the season 8 auction is as follows:

  1. Mohit Chillar:

He is a right corner defender, who played for U Mumba, the PKL champions of season 2. In season 3, he was at the top for high 5s. This player remained unsold in the Pro Kabaddi auction of season 9. Of all the 12 teams, not a single team placed a single bid on him from 1st round of auction to the last. 

  1. Vishal Mane:

Another major defensive name that failed to find a home in the PKL auction of season 8. He was at the top in seasons 5 and 6 with 39 and 38 tackles points. His performance was not too good, not even too bad. He is considered an average player because of his last season’s performance. His base price was fair but not a single team showed any interest in this player.

  1. Shabeer Bapu

He was a part of the U Mumba team, the champions of PKL season 2. He was released by Tamil Thalaivas. His performance in PKL season 8 was not good enough although he is a very good raider. But only due to his average performance in last season, now he remains unsold in the Pro Kabaddi auction 2022-23. He is 35 years old. Maybe his increasing age and decreasing form put a wrong impression on PKL franchises.

  1. Anil Kumar

This player remained unsold in the Vivo Pro Kabaddi Season 8 Player Auction. Of all the 12 teams of PKL, not a single team place a single bid on him from 1st round to the last. He remained unsold and unsuccessful in finding a home this year. We wish luck for season 9.

  1. Rohit Baliyan

He is a good raider with a good overall raid point percentage which is 43.30%. His performance last season was poor and his base price wasn’t fair. So, none of the team was interested to buy him in that price range. That’s why this player also remained unsold in the PKL season 9 auction and failed to find a home in PKL.

  1. Jaideep Sharma

He is one of the best-left corner defenders ever to exist in the Pro Kabaddi League. He was a part of Patna Pirates as a defender, the team who won PKL consecutively 3 times in a row. This year Patna Pirates released him. We’re still surprised that this prolific player remained unsold in the PKL auction which is a piece of big shocking news.

  1. Ran Singh

He is a 33 years old, former Tamil Thalaivas all-rounder and block specialist. He played a total number of 120 matches with a total score of 335 points across the eight seasons of Pro Kabaddi. He remained unsold in the category A auction from the 2nd day of the auction to the last. From all the 12 PKL teams, not a single team placed any bid on him. He remained unsuccessful in receiving any bid and finding a home at the PKL Season 8 Player Auction.

  1. Kashiling Adake

He is a 30 years old raider and was released by Bengaluru Bulls before the auction of season 7 in 2019. In PKL season 5, he was the first player to score 15 raid points in the first half of a match. He remained unsold in consecutive two auctions of PKL which are the auctions of seasons 7 and 8. I believe that someone should give him a chance to play. Maybe he perform better but this player did not receive a single bid in the Pro Kabaddi Auction and remained unsold.

  1. Vikas Kale

He is a right-corner defender, 34 years old. He was released by Haryana Steeler before the Pro Kabaddi Auction. He is one of the good players that are participating in PKL. In Pro Kabaddi season 8, he met with bad luck because of which no team showed any interest in him. He remained unsold and unsuccessful in finding a home this year.

  1. Nilesh Salunke

Last year, he played for Jaipur Pink Panthers but this year, the team released him before the PKL Auction. He was one of the best raiders in season 4, in which he played for Telugu Titans. His performance gradually declined in the last few seasons which sent the wrong impressions to the PKL franchises. He is a good team player but his luck ran out in the Vivo Pro Kabaddi Season 8 Player auction. He remained unsold.

Let’s hope the best for these unsold players in the next season of the Vivo Pro Kabaddi League. May they find their home in PKL Season 9.

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