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Updated: May 1, 2010 06:36 IST

Happy with CSK winning the title: Srinivasan

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A file photo of N. Srinivasan.
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A file photo of N. Srinivasan.

Happy over his team Chennai Super Kings winning Indian Premier League, franchise owner N. Srinivasan on Friday said the question of strengthening the team for the next edition would be taken up after Champions League.

“The Champions League is yet to be played. The same CSK squad would be competing in that. Let us analysis the situation after Champions League over,” Srnivasan said here.

Exhibiting the diamond studded IPL Cup and the Fair Play award trophy at a media conference, he said “We are doubly happy for having won the cup after missing it in the first edition and then losing in the semifinals last year in South Africa.”

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