On Wed, 5 Oct 2005 22:55:31 +0530, "Shishir S. Pathak"
decided that the following would improve the lives of those that read
>> On Tue, 4 Oct 2005 21:05:25 +0530, "Shishir S. Pathak"
>> decided that the following would improve the lives of those that read
>>>> 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.