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    Inzamam on his way out

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    Another foreign captain melts in the Australian Summer.
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    thank god he is going
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    Why Imran, what would u suggest as his replacement

    BTW, do u guys think he will be a better batter if relieved from captaincy
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    Weak, is all I can say.

    A number of Captains have struggled in Australia, but have learnt from it & gone on to do better things.

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    Bout time. This guy needs to be sent to fat camp. Three months of excersize and healthy eating will do him the world of good.
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    Camel you dont have respect for no one do you?
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    Bob is very insane stay away from him

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    Cricket Plodder - i certanly have no respect for people with appauling grammar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sehwag309
    Why Imran, what would u suggest as his replacement

    BTW, do u guys think he will be a better batter if relieved from captaincy
    Who the heck are they gonna pick?

    Another return for Latif, maybe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Camel56
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    Appalling

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    Dumb ass camel.Go live in the desert.
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    According to CricInfo, Inzy has downplayed these as untrue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cricket player
    Dumb ass camel.Go live in the desert.
    Cricket Plodder - silly comments like that are just confirming your stupidity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duncan
    According to CricInfo, Inzy has downplayed these as untrue.
    Thats good then, could be a another media created thing
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    BTW, do u guys think he will be a better batter if relieved from captaincy
    Captaincy doesn't seem to have effected his batting at all. If anything it has only strenghtend his mental resolve and imporved his personal performance. You cannot accuse him of not leading from the fore-front. [witness the last couple of games again Aus]
    ODI's: In 43 matches as a skipper he has scored 1513 runs at a whooping rate of 51 which is about 11 more then his carrier average. Except against NZ, [average 24.5 from 7 innings] he has scored well over a mean rate of 40/match.
    And in his last 10 games he has scored 470 runs at an average 67.14 [four continuous half-centuries preceeded by a low score and another half-century against WI, Aus, Ind, SL both home and away]

    In Tests: His test form, admittedly hasn't been that good. He averages a lowly [by his standards] 40 from 17 innings [including the dismal, injury-carrying performance against Aus without which his average improves slightly to 43]
    To his [admittedly minor] credit: the games were played against Aus, NZ, SL and India so he cannot be accused of performing against minnows. His recent form seemed on an upward slant before the disastrous test against Australia, hovering around his carrier average of 49 but as a whole, statistically speaking atleast, Inzamam seems to have had more problem adapting to his role as a captain plus premier batsman in test cricket.

    How does this reflect as a whole on his form?

    Definately, all those who have followed his carrier can attest that he is playing as well in ODI's as he ever did and not just in meat-pie games either. [Remember the 70 odd against India and the recent scores against Australia] Whether this purple patch will continue for an extended ammount of time is difficult to determine, since so many factors come into fray - I certainly wouldn't bet against him playing 2007 WC, fitness nonwithstanding.

    In test matches: I'm positive he'll hit some form sooner or latter. For me he has always been better in the longer version of the game, and the recent form slump, if you can it that, seems to be vanishing as he gains more maturity as a captain.

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