Jump to content
Austin 3:!6

Hey MSK Prasad, learn from Pak selectors

Recommended Posts

3 minutes ago, Dangraj said:

If you expect every common man to know about the terrorist activities then good for you but any sensible educated person would tell you about our militaries mischieavous adventures in past and just few months ago Former PM  also talked about mumbai attacks.

You seem like a very smart person. India and Pakistan have people like you who are less than 10% of population. Your voices are not heard.

 

Anyway that was about as convincing a win a team canhave as you had against australia. Great game.

Share this post


Link to post
1 minute ago, Khota said:

You seem like a very smart person. India and Pakistan have people like you who are less than 10% of population. Your voices are not heard.

 

Anyway that was about as convincing a win a team canhave as you had against australia. Great game.

Cheers buddy but why drop kuldeep.....

Share this post


Link to post
6 hours ago, Khota said:

raina is not pathetic as you make him out to be. He has been putting runs on board even in IPL. Sharma has lost it and shold be benched. India lost because of the top order collapse. Sharma and Dhoni both need to be dropped for match 3.

and thats why u back ur main players 

Share this post


Link to post
3 hours ago, Ankit_sharma03 said:

no 11 player can score consistently at one point, u have to always back ur main players

That how cricket has always worked n thats how it will always work 

Cricket is evolving. It is slow but it is evolving. Slower than other sports as most of the west is not involved. Wake up and smell the coffee.

Edited by Khota

Share this post


Link to post
25 minutes ago, Khota said:

Cricket is evolving. It is slow but it is evolving. Slower than other sports as most of the west is not involved. Wake up and smell the coffee.

In no sport, all players in a team perform all the time.

Share this post


Link to post
5 minutes ago, rkt.india said:

In no sport, all players in a team perform all the time.

I understand that. no one peaks at the same time but you should be largely consistent all the time.

Share this post


Link to post

Just found that Ankit Rajpoot was suffering from typhoid. He caught it during IPL but he didn't realize then and kept playing by taking paracetamol. He was asked to bowl at India nets before Afghan test but he couldn't as he was still recovering. Maybe this is the reason they didn't risk him for Indian team.

 

https://cricketaddictor.com/cricket/ankit-rajpoot-on-the-road-to-recovery-from-typhoid/

Share this post


Link to post
1 hour ago, Khota said:

Cricket is evolving. It is slow but it is evolving. Slower than other sports as most of the west is not involved. Wake up and smell the coffee.

Let me knw when these hawai baaten starts to work in cricket ill smell coffee 

 

41 minutes ago, Khota said:

I understand that. no one peaks at the same time but you should be largely consistent all the time.

which has hardly happened with all 11 players of a cricket team in history n m pretty sure it wnt either 

Share this post


Link to post
18 minutes ago, rkt.india said:

Just found that Ankit Rajpoot was suffering from typhoid. He caught it during IPL but he didn't realize then and kept playing by taking paracetamol. He was asked to bowl at India nets before Afghan test but he couldn't as he was still recovering. Maybe this is the reason they didn't risk him for Indian team.

 

https://cricketaddictor.com/cricket/ankit-rajpoot-on-the-road-to-recovery-from-typhoid/

OR even A-tour

By my concern remains is he being considered for LOI squads? was he a part of last A- Team Odi series before England -A series

Share this post


Link to post
48 minutes ago, Ankit_sharma03 said:

OR even A-tour

By my concern remains is he being considered for LOI squads? was he a part of last A- Team Odi series before England -A series

He wasn't there on last A tour to SA for one day.

Share this post


Link to post
5 hours ago, Ankit_sharma03 said:

Let me knw when these hawai baaten starts to work in cricket ill smell coffee 

 

which has hardly happened with all 11 players of a cricket team in history n m pretty sure it wnt either 

Lot of coaches get the team to peak at the right time.

Share this post


Link to post
5 hours ago, rkt.india said:

Just found that Ankit Rajpoot was suffering from typhoid. He caught it during IPL but he didn't realize then and kept playing by taking paracetamol. He was asked to bowl at India nets before Afghan test but he couldn't as he was still recovering. Maybe this is the reason they didn't risk him for Indian team.

 

https://cricketaddictor.com/cricket/ankit-rajpoot-on-the-road-to-recovery-from-typhoid/

 

Rajpoot played the 4 day match a couple of days ago.

 

That should mean he is ok now.

Share this post


Link to post
10 hours ago, express bowling said:

 

Rajpoot played the 4 day match a couple of days ago.

 

That should mean he is ok now.

yes, he did but still cant be sure whether he bowled at his quickest or not.  Typhoid can absolutely drain you out.

Share this post


Link to post
2 hours ago, rkt.india said:

yes, he did but still cant be sure whether he bowled at his quickest or not.  Typhoid can absolutely drain you out.

 

Maybe that was the reason why Rajpoot's pace was inconsistent in this IPL as well.  

 

We saw him bowl 137 k to 147 k in IPL 2016, when he was younger.

 

Share this post


Link to post
On 7/5/2018 at 5:37 PM, asterix said:

 But England tours are usually relaxing, holiday tours with families after gruelling IPL. And top, established players usually don’t like to miss it

 

Really?!?!

 

 

Share this post


Link to post

Their selections were garbage for years. It is only in the last two years that they have found and backed proper talent. Credit goes to Mickey Arthur who did the same with SA previously when he backed a young Steyn and Morne over an ageing Pollock and Nel. In Pakistan , Mickey clearly has his preferences and , by and large, they are being respected. Their bowling attack is pretty much what he wants. There is no personality big enough to overrule the coach within their team like a dhoni or Kohli and that helps. Kumble on the other hand lost his job over disagreements with Kohli so it clearly doesn't work like that in India. 

Share this post


Link to post
23 minutes ago, express bowling said:

 

Maybe that was the reason why Rajpoot's pace was inconsistent in this IPL as well.  

 

We saw him bowl 137 k to 147 k in IPL 2016, when he was younger.

 

probably

Share this post


Link to post
On 7/5/2018 at 6:25 PM, Khota said:

Ranji then India A and then selection. You do well in India A you should be selected. Should not fast track anyone ever. Pakistan can do that as they dont have much batting talent. In India you have to go through these stages. Nothing wrong with that if done properly.

Totally agree. Especially on the fast bowlers like Maavi and Nagarkoti need to play a few seasons of FC cricket, learn how to bowl long spells and get stronger before even getting Into the A team I would say.

 

Shaw and Gill have done well for FC and A team but would still like them to play one or two seasons for state before India cap.

 

The bit older generation of Batsmen like Iyer, Agarwal, Nair maybe Vihari should be given a good run of chances

Share this post


Link to post
1 hour ago, Sooda said:

Totally agree. Especially on the fast bowlers like Maavi and Nagarkoti need to play a few seasons of FC cricket, learn how to bowl long spells and get stronger before even getting Into the A team I would say.

 

Shaw and Gill have done well for FC and A team but would still like them to play one or two seasons for state before India cap.

 

The bit older generation of Batsmen like Iyer, Agarwal, Nair maybe Vihari should be given a good run of chances

No. you are wrong here.  it does not work like that for fast bowlers. You dont burn fast bowlers in Ranji trophy where they suffer injuries and lose pace. Most of the greatest fast bowlers in the world debuted early for their respective teams. Yes, for batsman and spinners, it is the right process but not for pacers.

Share this post


Link to post

India just defeated England(who trashed the Aussie team) in their own home and yet the clowns on here are complaining about the selection committee. This place is unbelievable. 


The OP mentions Shubnam Gill and Prithvi Shaw, where the * would they even play? There's no place for them in the Indian Top 4 right now with Dhawan, Rohit, Kohli and Rahul. Why the * would you bring a youngster who plays in the top order and try to play him in place of Raina(as the expert OP suggested). KKR tried Gill at number 7 and he was horrendously wasted there. The fact is there's no place for the youngsters right now. They're getting good experience in India A tours right now playing under Dravid.

 

Even if there's a slot opened, someone like Mayank Aggarwal deserves it far more right now. Shaw and Gill are still 19-20, they've plenty of time.

Edited by Unleashed

Share this post


Link to post
1 hour ago, Unleashed said:

India just defeated England(who trashed the Aussie team) in their own home and yet the clowns on here are complaining about the selection committee. This place is unbelievable. 


The OP mentions Shubnam Gill and Prithvi Shaw, where the * would they even play? There's no place for them in the Indian Top 4 right now with Dhawan, Rohit, Kohli and Rahul. Why the * would you bring a youngster who plays in the top order and try to play him in place of Raina(as the expert OP suggested). KKR tried Gill at number 7 and he was horrendously wasted there. The fact is there's no place for the youngsters right now. They're getting good experience in India A tours right now playing under Dravid.

 

Even if there's a slot opened, someone like Mayank Aggarwal deserves it far more right now. Shaw and Gill are still 19-20, they've plenty of time.

We are still short of 3 good players to have a chance in world cup, one fast bowler and two middle order batsmen. This is the reason we always come up short in the final hurdle in the tournaments. 

Share this post


Link to post
On 7/5/2018 at 4:51 PM, Austin 3:!6 said:

Say what you want but its very commendable the way Inzy & co (Pak selectors) giving chances to young players regularly. Their U19 world cup squad was atrocious with only 1 good player Shaheen Shah Afridi. They realized his potential and straight away drafted him into national side. They make no bones of it.

 

And here we are with our ignoramus selectors. In the same world cup, the likes of Shubhman Gill and Prithvi Shaw flared better than Afridi. But we choose to give more chances to Raina rather. The star of previous U19 world cup Rishabh Pant is still on the awaiting list. I am a huge Dhoni fan but what is he still doing in T20 team with no WC in sight? What happened to likes of Mavi, Nagarkotti etc? Lokesh Rahul forced his way back onto the team...else we would still have Rahane playing at no.4 for us in LOIs.

 

Indian selectors :thefinger:

Ramiz to inzi: what do you think about the criticism of your selection in media. 

 

Inzi: "sachi baat hai ramiz bhai, whenever i see the reaction on media, I feel ghalt he selection ho gai hai."

 

Ramiz burst into laughter; inzi smiled. 

Share this post


Link to post
On 7/11/2018 at 12:51 PM, Lannister said:

We are still short of 3 good players to have a chance in world cup, one fast bowler and two middle order batsmen. This is the reason we always come up short in the final hurdle in the tournaments. 

No team is perfect. England's pace bowling is crap. Saffers have average batting. Australia is a shambled. Our bowling attack is okay. Middle order is a concern, but who'd you try in middle order? For me, if Rahul cements at number four then that's one problem position gone. 

Share this post


Link to post

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

Guest, sign in to access all features.

×