BCCI concerned over Ganguly's poor form

BCCI concerned over Ganguly's poor form

Post by Paji » Wed, 05 Oct 2005 11:30:19


The Board of Control for Cricket in India has virtually put captain
Sourav Ganguly on notice, saying the national selection committee may
have to take a decision on his future if he failed to come out of the
prolonged form slump.

http://www.thestatesman.net/page.news.php?clid=1&theme=&usrsess=1&id=...

 
 
 

BCCI concerned over Ganguly's poor form

Post by Colin Kynoc » Wed, 05 Oct 2005 12:05:33


thought and consideration decided that the following would improve the
lives of those that read it:

Quote:
>The Board of Control for Cricket in India has virtually put captain
>Sourav Ganguly on notice, saying the national selection committee may
>have to take a decision on his future if he failed to come out of the
>prolonged form slump.

Did they work that out on their own or did they need Chappell to point
it out for them?

Colin Kynoch

 
 
 

BCCI concerned over Ganguly's poor form

Post by Dipak Bas » Wed, 05 Oct 2005 12:26:36


Quote:

> thought and consideration decided that the following would improve the
> lives of those that read it:

> >The Board of Control for Cricket in India has virtually put captain
> >Sourav Ganguly on notice, saying the national selection committee may
> >have to take a decision on his future if he failed to come out of the
> >prolonged form slump.

> Did they work that out on their own or did they need Chappell to point
> it out for them?

And how will the selectors judge if he has come out of a slump?  40-50 in a
couple of Challenger games do it?

DB.

 
 
 

BCCI concerned over Ganguly's poor form

Post by Colin Kynoc » Wed, 05 Oct 2005 12:59:52

On Mon, 3 Oct 2005 20:26:36 -0700, "Dipak Basu"

the following would improve the lives of those that read it:

Quote:



>> thought and consideration decided that the following would improve the
>> lives of those that read it:

>> >The Board of Control for Cricket in India has virtually put captain
>> >Sourav Ganguly on notice, saying the national selection committee may
>> >have to take a decision on his future if he failed to come out of the
>> >prolonged form slump.

>> Did they work that out on their own or did they need Chappell to point
>> it out for them?

>And how will the selectors judge if he has come out of a slump?  40-50 in a
>couple of Challenger games do it?

They could always ask Greg

Colin Kynoch

 
 
 

BCCI concerned over Ganguly's poor form

Post by Master Chie » Wed, 05 Oct 2005 20:36:02

Quote:

> And how will the selectors judge if he has come out of a slump?  40-50 in a
> couple of Challenger games do it?

> DB.

"Let us not forget that he recently scored a century against Zimbabwe."
-- Ranbir Singh Mahendra
 
 
 

BCCI concerned over Ganguly's poor form

Post by Shishir S. Patha » Thu, 06 Oct 2005 00:35:25


Quote:

> thought and consideration decided that the following would improve the
> lives of those that read it:

>>The Board of Control for Cricket in India has virtually put captain
>>Sourav Ganguly on notice, saying the national selection committee may
>>have to take a decision on his future if he failed to come out of the
>>prolonged form slump.

> Did they work that out on their own or did they need Chappell to point
> it out for them?

Chappell is busy drafting mails to his friends in media.  He doesn't have
time for these useless cricket-related matters.

Cheers, Shishir

 
 
 

BCCI concerned over Ganguly's poor form

Post by Colin Kynoc » Thu, 06 Oct 2005 12:34:53

On Tue, 4 Oct 2005 21:05:25 +0530, "Shishir S. Pathak"

decided that the following would improve the lives of those that read
it:

Quote:



>> thought and consideration decided that the following would improve the
>> lives of those that read it:

>>>The Board of Control for Cricket in India has virtually put captain
>>>Sourav Ganguly on notice, saying the national selection committee may
>>>have to take a decision on his future if he failed to come out of the
>>>prolonged form slump.

>> Did they work that out on their own or did they need Chappell to point
>> it out for them?

>Chappell is busy drafting mails to his friends in media.  He doesn't have
>time for these useless cricket-related matters.

Then Ganguly clearly should be dropped as it would appear that he
spent more time drafting his "press release" than Chappell did his.

And presumably the BCCI (to appease dp) captain would be expected to
actually play the game.

Colin Kynoch

 
 
 

BCCI concerned over Ganguly's poor form

Post by Shishir S. Patha » Fri, 07 Oct 2005 02:25:31


Quote:
> On Tue, 4 Oct 2005 21:05:25 +0530, "Shishir S. Pathak"

> decided that the following would improve the lives of those that read
> it:




>>> thought and consideration decided that the following would improve the
>>> lives of those that read it:

>>>>The Board of Control for Cricket in India has virtually put captain
>>>>Sourav Ganguly on notice, saying the national selection committee may
>>>>have to take a decision on his future if he failed to come out of the
>>>>prolonged form slump.

>>> Did they work that out on their own or did they need Chappell to point
>>> it out for them?

>>Chappell is busy drafting mails to his friends in media.  He doesn't have
>>time for these useless cricket-related matters.

> Then Ganguly clearly should be dropped as it would appear that he
> spent more time drafting his "press release" than Chappell did his.

We hired a high-profile Aussie coach presumably to bring more
professionalism into our cricket.  On the evidence thus far, it would appear
that Chappell has learnt more from Ganguly (how to use press leaks to push
one's personal agenda) than teach him (how to handle the short ball).

Cheers, Shishir

<snip>

 
 
 

BCCI concerned over Ganguly's poor form

Post by Colin Kynoc » Fri, 07 Oct 2005 16:32:00

On Wed, 5 Oct 2005 22:55:31 +0530, "Shishir S. Pathak"

decided that the following would improve the lives of those that read
it:

Quote:


>> On Tue, 4 Oct 2005 21:05:25 +0530, "Shishir S. Pathak"

>> decided that the following would improve the lives of those that read
>> it:




>>>> thought and consideration decided that the following would improve the
>>>> lives of those that read it:

>>>>>The Board of Control for Cricket in India has virtually put captain
>>>>>Sourav Ganguly on notice, saying the national selection committee may
>>>>>have to take a decision on his future if he failed to come out of the
>>>>>prolonged form slump.

>>>> Did they work that out on their own or did they need Chappell to point
>>>> it out for them?

>>>Chappell is busy drafting mails to his friends in media.  He doesn't have
>>>time for these useless cricket-related matters.

>> Then Ganguly clearly should be dropped as it would appear that he
>> spent more time drafting his "press release" than Chappell did his.

>We hired a high-profile Aussie coach presumably to bring more
>professionalism into our cricket.  On the evidence thus far, it would appear
>that Chappell has learnt more from Ganguly (how to use press leaks to push
>one's personal agenda) than teach him (how to handle the short ball).

Maybe Ganguly doesn't want to learn.

Colin Kynoch

 
 
 

BCCI concerned over Ganguly's poor form

Post by Shishir S. Patha » Fri, 07 Oct 2005 21:15:25


Quote:
> On Wed, 5 Oct 2005 22:55:31 +0530, "Shishir S. Pathak"

> decided that the following would improve the lives of those that read
> it:



>>> On Tue, 4 Oct 2005 21:05:25 +0530, "Shishir S. Pathak"

>>> decided that the following would improve the lives of those that read
>>> it:




>>>>> thought and consideration decided that the following would improve the
>>>>> lives of those that read it:

>>>>>>The Board of Control for Cricket in India has virtually put captain
>>>>>>Sourav Ganguly on notice, saying the national selection committee may
>>>>>>have to take a decision on his future if he failed to come out of the
>>>>>>prolonged form slump.

>>>>> Did they work that out on their own or did they need Chappell to point
>>>>> it out for them?

>>>>Chappell is busy drafting mails to his friends in media.  He doesn't
>>>>have
>>>>time for these useless cricket-related matters.

>>> Then Ganguly clearly should be dropped as it would appear that he
>>> spent more time drafting his "press release" than Chappell did his.

>>We hired a high-profile Aussie coach presumably to bring more
>>professionalism into our cricket.  On the evidence thus far, it would
>>appear
>>that Chappell has learnt more from Ganguly (how to use press leaks to push
>>one's personal agenda) than teach him (how to handle the short ball).

> Maybe Ganguly doesn't want to learn.

Maybe.  Chappell appears to be a quick learner though.  How long before he
starts fixing BCCI elections for Dungarpur?

Cheers, Shishir