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    Changes in Indian cricket

    http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/indi...ry/289280.html

    Well, I must say I am a bit surprised. This is a step in the right direction, though I don't know about some of the coaches.
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    Keeping Dravid as captain is a good move
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    Yup very pleased with the actions the BCCI is taking, it seems they are serious this time. And Robin Singh has vowed to improve fielding standards supposedly.

    And me being the optimist I am, I believe these changes will really revolutionize Indian cricket and we'll not only be one of the most fittest, and better fielding sides, we'll also be one of the most professional and athletic sides in world cricket, in times to come.

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    Wish you all the best, I quite like the Indian team. Mainly for the batting though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash_A55 View Post
    Wish you all the best, I quite like the Indian team. Mainly for the batting though.
    Cheers bro, and goodluck to England as well, they'll need a lot of it this summer...

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    Looks quite promising.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbinator View Post
    Cheers bro, and goodluck to England as well, they'll need a lot of it this summer...
    They sure do, hey at least were still in the WC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash_A55 View Post
    They sure do, hey at least were still in the WC
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    Haha, SS's sig is basically a tribute to himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pasag View Post
    Haha, SS's sig is basically a tribute to himself.
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    Before every tour, all the contracted players have to undergo a fitness test and only those who fulfill the benchmarks will be considered for selection.

    I like this one.

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    Thank god that wasnt around when Inzy played for pakistan

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    What's the reasoning behind players not being able to write newspaper columns anymore?

    Seems a bit harsh to me.

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    shastri as the coach i am willing to wait out and see what happens, prasad i have grave doubts about, he was more or less a mediocre medium pacer, not sure why dravid recommended him other than the fact that he is from the same state, robin singh was a brilliant fielder and could teach these sloths a thing or two....anyway some of the other changes are long overdue and very welcome at this stage of indian cricket, hopefully all these don't take too long to implement because of the weight of bureaucracy....

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