BREAKING: MS Dhoni in a big trouble ahead of Asia Cup

Controversies between MS Dhoni and Spartan sports arises where the latter owes the major amount.

There is a clash in the partnership of the odds. His partnership with the Australian-based sports company is in the midst of the blow.

Sources say, that the company has been irregular with its finances to it’s contracted players. The star players like Sachin Tendulkar and M.S Dhoni has continuously sourced their relations with that company. The company is owned by Jalandhar-based businessman Kunal Sharma. Reports also say that Dhoni is the co-owner of the company who is owing $2. Sharma was supposed to owe a large amount of money to England cricketer, Eoin Morgan.

Other cricketers like Australia’s Mitchell Johnson and Joe Burns and Pakistan’s Kamil Khan is also in a partnership. Though being involved in this controversy, Dhoni has continued to use the company’s logo in his bat and equipment.
“They could not have afforded so much in sponsorship deals with so many cricketers for so high prices without managing to sell his products sufficiently. He wanted to run before he could walk,” said an Australian businessman who used to be the partner previously, but now had ripped off all the contacts.

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He had been treated as the ‘State Guest’ last week in Himachal Pradesh and controversies arose again for inviting furore in the opposition.

Dhoni’s next international assignment is the imminent Asia Cup where India is set to face Hong Kong in the first match on September 18. Dhoni is all in likeliness of breaking a few records in the tournament. He seems to be in good form. And all these controversies will shut down if he scores some runs in the coming tournament.

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