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Was it right to drop Ganguly?

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was it right to drop Ganguly
by Santosh on Dec 24, 2005 01:52 AM

as per the above subject i definately oppose for dropping ganguly from the indian squad. As per me he has improved the team a lot. he is a class player, just by reviewing his recent performance u cant judge that he is not fit for the team. As per me even Virendra Shewag, and yuvraj singh Also doesnt perform consistently, so why cant u take action on them, so Ganguly far more better than them. So plz kindly go through my words and call back the bengal tiger in indian team. thats all from my side.

thanks for giving an opportunity for me to share my feeling.

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Sanjay Kumar
Wrong Decession to drop Ganguly
by Sanjay Kumar on Dec 23, 2005 04:35 PM

well when we are affording a lot on foreign coach to coach our world class players like Sachin,Dravid,Sehwag,Kaif then if we (BCCI) select some foreigners (former Cricket Players) to make a pannel to select right players in india so that no zonal feeling will be creat and the selection should be fare and fine in my view if it is implimented then it will be great for india cricket.

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disastrous act of bcci on ganguly
by naraine on Dec 23, 2005 03:36 PM

it is not correct to drop ganguly when he was in a positive attitude.he should be taken when he was deviated from cricket to love.at that time he was left out freely.thats the mistake done by bcci

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Was it right to drop Ganguly
by anand_baadkar on Dec 23, 2005 02:31 PM

Dear Cricket lovers.

Dropping ganguly is not right.

One should see his proformance first.

Secondly he is is sucessfull captain in Indian cricket histiry.

His age does'nt count for sportsman sprit.

Cricket lover

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Lingaraj Marapli
Drop of Ganguly!
by Lingaraj Marapli on Dec 23, 2005 10:48 AM

Ideally say not at all right to keep him outside, but better to keep out side selector kiran more. Chappell should visualize the things keeping coming world cup in his mind.

Lingaraj Marapli

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i dnt agree
by abhi\'v on Dec 23, 2005 09:52 AM

Hi there,
tht was not gud to drop out saurav like tht. How can v forget wat he did for our team ven sachin failed, azhar breeched, jadeja kiked out n dravid was not ready.
I think he shud b given chances... evry player goes thru such phases some or d other time.
M not sayin all this 'coz m a fan of saurav m not his fan but cnt forget his contributions to bind d team....

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Why Eden Gardens should be banned as a cricket venue
by deprofundis on Dec 23, 2005 03:27 AM

Steve Waugh was dropped after winning 16 consecutive tests and winning the World Cup. Steve Waugh is the most successful Test captain of all time, and the most successful Australian one-day captain of all time. Still he bowed out with class and grace. Something that Saurav lacks.
Saurav is entitled to feel amazed and shocked as he said he is. But I don't think he and the people of Bengal are entitled to be angry. It's suggested in some circles that he ought to have earned the right to determine what time he should step down from the pedestal. That's ludicrous.Nobody voluntarily steps down from the Indian cricket team.
Not when they're earning 80 lakhs a year, millions in sponsorships and are convinced that their next great performance is a game away.
Now forget everything. For argument's sake I will go along with the theory that Ganguly has been dropped for unfathomabale reasons.
Still I want ask every Bengali why have you all maligned India's name on the world stage?
What kind of sick pleasure do you all derive from disrupting matches (World Cup Semi Final '95, Indo-Pak Test '98) whist millions all over the world watch on?
On one hand we are told not to mix politics with spo

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