MS Dhoni has been the vital part of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) franchise right from the beginning. Though he had to stay away from the franchise for two years after it was banned but the former India skipper has led the side in the best manner.
Chennai has won three IPL titles and a Champions League trophy under his captaincy and the current CEO Kasi Viswanathan feels that he would be the ‘Team Boss’ in 10 years from now.
“In 10 years from now, my feeling is that he will be a permanent fixture in Chennai as the Chennai Super Kings boss,” Viswanathan was quoted as saying on Star Sports 1 Tamil show ‘Dhoni Vazhi Thani Vazhi’.
Dhoni celebrated his 39th birthday on Tuesday. Apart from being successful in IPL, Dhoni has achieved the rare feat after winning the three ICC trophies. He led India in the winning triumphs in World T20 in 2007, World Cup in 2011 and Champions Trophy in 2013.
Earlier, the India wicket-keeper batsman MS Dhoni was handed over duties like patrolling, guard and post duty in Kashmir. In a statement, the Indian Army said,” Lieutenant Colonel (Honorary) MS Dhoni is proceeding to 106 TA Battalion (Para) for being with the Battalion from 31 Jul-15 Aug 19.”
Dhoni became a qualified paratrooper after having completed five parachute training jumps in the Agra training camp in 2015.
The wicket-keeper batsman has been out of action for quite sometime. He last played for India in the World Cup 2019 against New Zealand in the semi-final and was expected to come back with the IPL 2020 but the cash-rich league has been postponed for an indefinite time due to COVID-19 outburst.