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cricket has lost it


Yesterday i was listening news on TV i dont remember the channel, and they were showing an interview of our cricket team’s ex-captain Sourav Ganguly. and i was shocked when he said that he was dropped from captency of the team not because of his performance but because of his personal differnces with the coach.

I know for some this is not a big news but for me it was a complete shock because i am a die hard fan of cricket and sourav ganguly, i mean ganguly is the person who took indian cricket team to the top position and if this is the way he is rewarded for his contribution to the country then i dont think cricket should be called gentelmen’s game anymore,

As we all know indian as soon as ganguly was stripped off captency the level of performance of the team started sinking and today our team is not even capable of scoring a win over Bangldesh and i cant understand the mentality of the sponsors who are paying huge amounts to these losers.

one thing i know for sure that if ganguly is given another shot at captency, then the Bangal Tiger has still got the gutts to regain the lost respect of the team.

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3 Responses

  1. Service_to_all says:


    I also appreciate sourav’s contribution. But then he not only played cricket but also played politics. With Dalmia, he played politics. The minute Dalmia lost he had to face the consequences. Every dog has its day is a proverb which Ganguly failed to understand.

    He could never have handled the situation the way Kumble handled the situation in Australia. Level headed character is what pays.


  2. jmalhotra says:


    now a days team spirit is missing …I must say and admit the fact by looking into the recent developments in cricket team shuffle and the biased decisions done by the umpires in the field while playing the game..

  3. nishunishaa says:

    hi pls share ur vews…in my new posts..thanks and bye

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