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CA’s clumsy cricket management ignored youth, led to today’s crisis


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Mar 16, 2013
06:00 PM

 The Australian team represented in the Benson & Hedges WSC, was the most interesting. But, no one expected the team to beat either Pakistan, or the West Indies, not England, also. Except the Australian public. The way the great commentator Richie Benaud experienced it in the match India played against Australia, India was on the way, when Kapil Dev took three wickets in an over. At least, when he was describing the highlights. There was no unhappiness, and no happiness, only what is, in Richie Benaud's voice, and that is how he described Cricket. I mean, Australia had lost three wickets, in an over. One couldn't blame the Australian team. But, that was not the most strong team, because Allan Border seemed a bit subdued. He seemed as if to himself, he regarded Kim Hughes, the captain, when others felt the captain was a bit less hard. Border was kind of looking at the white ball, and with respect, but where he was looking, there was no white ball. This was, after he was out, perhaps, caught, or perhaps, bowled.

Aditya Mookerjee
Belgaum, India
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