Pro Kabaddi League (PKL), or PKL Season 2 is a professional kabaddi team in India. It is second only to IPL (Indian Premier League) as the most popular league. It is the most watched sports league in India with 12 teams. 94% Indian audience and 82% international audience make it the largest. It is one of the most popular leagues in India. The Pro Kabaddi League is undoubtedly the most important Kabaddi League in all of India and also one of the richest. It is one of the most viewed sports leagues in the world. Check out all the head coaches on the Pro Kabaddi team.
Ramesh is one of the PKL's most successful coaches. He was there when Bengal won his first title in last season's edition. He was the coach of the Bengaluru Bulls team, which had won the title last season. The chances are high that he could win the third title with his formidable team.
All Pro Kabaddi 2021-22 Team Head Coaches
11. Bengaluru Bulls - Randhir Singh Sehrawat
Randhir, another veteran and also successful coach, has yet to be forgotten. His players include Pawan Sehrawat, Mahender Singh, and many others. Randhir, who was the coach of the team that won the title in season 6, would love to coach another great season.
10. Dabang Delhi - Krishan Kumar Hooda
In the early years PKL Team Delhi was not a strong team. The last two seasons with Hooda have been extraordinary. The team reached the final in the two previous editions. This year, Dronacharya will seek to continue the journey.
9. Gujarat Giants Manpreet Singh
Singh was a former Gujarat captain and won the PKL in his playing days. He will now coach the Gujarat team for the fourth time in a row. The team didn't make the playoffs in 2019, and that must be a bit of a disappointment for him. I would like to make a statement this time.
8. Haryana Steelers - Rakesh Kumar
Kumar, once captain of the Indian national team, was one of the costliest players in the first season and was also one of the best off-roaders the game has ever seen. He assumed the role of coach and guided his team to the playoffs in 2019. This year, the goal would be to reach the final.
7. Jaipur Pink Panthers - Sanjeev Baliyan
Baliyan will take on the role of head coach. He was in front of a member of Ummba's technical team last season. Srinivas Reddy was the former coach. The team ranked seventh last season. The team will also include Upendra Kumar, the former Mumbai-Baliyan coach.
6. Ram Mehar Singh - Pirates of Patna
He has three titles under his belt and is the most successful PKL coach. Singh has also coached the India team in the past. Singh is determined to make a difference with his team, who have been calm in the past.
5. Puneri Paltan - Anup Kumar
Anup Kumar for kabaddi is Sachin Tendulkar for cricket. He was captain of the U Mumba team for five seasons and then moved to Jaipur as a base coach in season six. Kumar became Paltan's coach after the seventh season. He will try to make amends this year.
4. Tamil Thalaivas - J Udaykumar
Udaykumar has been associated with the Telugu Titans long enough to join Thalaivas in its final season. Although the team finished last in the league, Udaykumar has a lot to prove.
3. Telugu Titans - Jagadeesh Kumble
Kumble's credentials as a gamer are impressive. He had won the Asian Games gold medal in 2002. Kumble was also a coach and was in charge of the Indian Army team for seven years. He was then picked up by the Bengal Warriors in 2017 and the Titans in 2019. Turning this team's fortunes would be an uphill task.
2. U Mumba - Rajaguru Subramanian
Rajaguru was a bench coach for the past two seasons. The team management has now offered him the position of coach. He was a Mumbai veteran and had also captained the Titans. You could be the first person to train and play for the same team.
1. UP Yoddha - Jasveer Singh
Jasveer, who has been UP's coach for the past few seasons, had seen some good results with the team. This time, it will have Pardeep Niwal as the star player. It would be fascinating to see how they perform.