Continuing his disclosures during his stint as coach, John Wright recalls an explosive moment in the Indian dressing room: "I had enough of players trotting out the 'natural game' line as an excuse for failing...Not realising that my exasperation lev
'My interaction with the players was positive. They were all performers for their country, proud warriors who viewed with trepidation (it was understandable) if a foreigner would be good enough for their team.'
It's the season for spicy, sensational disclosures in books, and former Indian coach John Wright has come up with his own, his comments on regionalism, scapegoating of Kaif and Laxman, and of course, Sachin are bound to be grist for the mills.
'We will concentrate on one game at a time and our game plans should go well with the performance and hopefully, the wins will happen,' says the Indian coach while warning his wards against complacency
Assuring the conditioning camp will not be just 'challenging and hard-working, but also fun,' the Indian coach informs the opportunity will be used to 'spell out plans and goals to achieve in the coming season'