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Melbourne Stars signs Glenn Maxwell for Four years!

Glenn Maxwell

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CRICDOT DESK : The Melbourne Stars may not have had a big impact as they finished sixth in the ongoing 2021/22 Big Bash League season, but of the star performers who have served them for some time, leading from the front lines. It shows great trust in one person. He is none other than Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell. The stars have come up with a great offer to Maxwell as he wants Maxwell to join the franchise for a few more years. The Australian power hitter has signed a four-year contract with the Melbourne Stars and promised to serve them through BBL15.

He has been associated with a Melbourne-based franchise since the 2012/13 season. “I’m excited to commit to the stars for another four seasons,” says Glen Maxwell. After signing a four-year deal with the Melbourne Stars, enthusiastic Maxwell is excited to serve the franchise for a few more years, making it clear that his vision is to win their BBL title. Said that.

“I’m excited to sign the stars for the next four seasons. I’d like to win the BBL title at the Stars and I think there’s a list of them. We’re the best T20 players in the world. We have a very close group with some of us and great support from our coaching staff. Our members and fans are the best at BBL and we can’t wait to see you all at MCG next season. Hmm.

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According to the Times of India, Glen Maxwell said on the club’s website, “Stars have been a part of my life for 10 years and I’m looking forward to what we can achieve after BBL12.” increase. The team wasn’t in good shape during the 2021/22 BBL season, but the two World Cup winners let the racket talk.

He finished the tournament with 468 runs from 13 games and emerged as the third highest runner after Ben McDermott and Matt Short, averaging 42.55 and batting average 159.73. The stylish middle-class batter also hit 154 undefeated from just 64 broadcasts on MCG to Hobart Hurricanes this month.

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