BCCI President N Srinivasan is correct that all the powerful teams go through transition but India was never a one. the recent success were only flukes and winning the world cup was a a match fixing thanks to Muhesh Ambani who was able to pay millions to bring the cup ti India. dhoni rides on luck he was never a good player. look at the way he makes his shots very unprofessional. Robin Utthappa would do better if he is given as much opportunities as Dhoni.
Srinivasan forced to playing most of players who belongs Chennai Super Kings. Srinivasan always support to dhoni because he is captain of CSK. Improvement of Indian team performance, first remove to Srinivasan then dhoni
Yes, Srini is talking about transition from best-better to worst. Best doesnt mean that Indian team was best in general. At least they were best on home soil against weak/moderate teams, better against strong teams in home soil and worst against any team out side India. Now the transition is that India will be WORST IN ALL PITCHES and ALL COUNTRIES. Thats what he is talking about.
Re: Transition as defined by an idiot like srini
by harikrishna harirama on Feb 25, 2012 05:42 PM
you are obsolutely right, i couldn't agree more about your description of best- better to worse. how could these tiny country produced better players than giant country like us, over 1000 million people.
Re: WHEN WILL BE SACHIN TENDULKAR RETIRED FROM ONE DAYERS ?
by selvaraj yonas on Feb 25, 2012 03:18 PM
tendulkar will retire from onday after next world cup (but i belive he might be the leading or second leading run taker in that world cup from indian team). If we get good test player then surly all 3 will retire from test (we don't have enough test player).