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Wednesday, October 27, 2010


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you forgot to mention their bowling...


With the Aus team he had, he would need to have been monstrously talented to confuse all players and completely put off all of them to prevent that Aus side from winning. He failed to do that and thus collects accolades for being the coach. I reckon he did less than the 'coach' that Warne spoke about, the one which used to ferry the players to the ground. Now that actually did something useful.
Buchy was smart enough to get the hell out before the big players retired, so you gotta grant him that. But talentwise Buchanan was the sort of millionaire who becomes one by virtue of having started off as a billionaire.


I don't think Suresh Raina or Murali Vijay might last in the long run in Test cricket,Pujara certainly has a bright future though.

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I think you might be right about Raina Ganesh, but I reckon Vijay looks classy enough to have a decent enough test career. Pujara looks the best of the three from what I've seen though.

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