Quoted by Rajiv Naik: In Public Interest, this is to bring to your notice that ROSHAN CRICKET CLUB – Kamothe is an unregistered cricket coaching Institute. It claims to be associated with MCA and gives false talks to people of getting players and student a chance to play in MCA division cricket. The owner Roshan Aade claims to be a Division Player and a Renowed Coach but it is observed that the information is not accurate & he buys players, giving them money and other favours to play from his so Academy Team.
Recent incident is of a tournament played at Dombivali named DOMBIVALI T20 TOURNAMENT in which RCC had participated and was playing in Group F of the tournament. He had his league match played against LIFESTYLE CRICKET ACADEMY in which he tried to bribe the Lifestyle Cricket Team players to not attend the match or ply from his team, he bribed them with Rs 5000 each for the match too. When the players did not agree to his terms and he lost miserably by 60 odd runs.
After loosing the game he created an objection against the player claiming that the particular player has already played in this tournament from a different team. Our question was very simple to him as, well as the organizers of the tournament. Before the start of every match, the list of players are shared with each other as well as on line, but this objection was never raised before or during the match, the objection was only raised after RCC suffered a disaster loss. This indicates the unprofessional approach of the owner cum coach of RCC. Moreover ROSHAN AADE has offered to take his Team back by taking 15000 rupees. I want to inform all parents and aspiring crickets who get lured by such academies to be careful and analyse everything about the academy before going ahead with admissions.
Rajiv Naik further shared “ Such events are happening across Mumbai, various people are organising various coaching gimmicks luring aspiring cricketers and their parents promissing them MCA enrollment and chance to play for Mumbai and state level cricket. Similiarly various fake people claiming to tournament organisers are luring teams on pretex of cash prizes , collecting huge entry fees and leaving the tournament in half way giving lame excuses of ground availability in the initial stages and then finally not answering the calls or blocking the number of the participants. So it’s an alarm to all to be aware from such fraudalent activities happening around.
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