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Taking note of India’s batting collapses during the Test matches in England, the Committee of Administrators (CoA) overseeing the BCCI is learnt to have communicated to the team’s head coach Ravi Shastri that such performances despite adequate preparation time for the series are “unacceptable”. In the first Test at Edgbaston, India faltered in their chase of 194 for victory in the fourth innings, losing the match by 31 runs. The Virat Kohli-led team lost the second Test at Lord’s by an innings and 159 runs to trail 2-0 in the five-match series.

 

“The CoA has already mentioned this to Ravi Shastri, that after having sent the team so much in advance, allowing adequate preparation time (in English conditions), this kind of performance from the top order is not encouraging at all. The Committee has also mentioned in its communication that they need to discuss this with the head coach,” sources told The Indian Express. “When the team returns, the CoA will have a meeting with the selectors at the first opportunity to discuss some of the procedures,” sources said.

 

https://indianexpress.com/article/sports/cricket/administrators-to-indian-coach-ravi-shastri-batting-slump-unacceptable-india-vs-england-5305371/

 

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1 hour ago, Lannister said:

Taking note of India’s batting collapses during the Test matches in England, the Committee of Administrators (CoA) overseeing the BCCI is learnt to have communicated to the team’s head coach Ravi Shastri that such performances despite adequate preparation time for the series are “unacceptable”. In the first Test at Edgbaston, India faltered in their chase of 194 for victory in the fourth innings, losing the match by 31 runs. The Virat Kohli-led team lost the second Test at Lord’s by an innings and 159 runs to trail 2-0 in the five-match series.

 

“The CoA has already mentioned this to Ravi Shastri, that after having sent the team so much in advance, allowing adequate preparation time (in English conditions), this kind of performance from the top order is not encouraging at all. The Committee has also mentioned in its communication that they need to discuss this with the head coach,” sources told The Indian Express. “When the team returns, the CoA will have a meeting with the selectors at the first opportunity to discuss some of the procedures,” sources said.

 

https://indianexpress.com/article/sports/cricket/administrators-to-indian-coach-ravi-shastri-batting-slump-unacceptable-india-vs-england-5305371/

 

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Like COA... Ravi is answerable. 

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17 minutes ago, Malcolm Merlyn said:

Lol. This is just CoA deflecting pressure. One snap from Kohli and they will run away.

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I don't see any mismanagement with their tenure. They are just making sure the procedures are covered. This is the right way to go about it. 

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I don't see any mismanagement with their tenure. They are just making sure the procedures are covered. This is the right way to go about it. 
No mismanagement?

How can Kumble be removed just because Kohli wanted that?

How can Dravid and Zaheer be superceded by Bharat Arun and Bangar despite the CAC recommending them?

They allowed a selection committee with a total experience of 13 tests to be formed.

Thing is CoA are a bunch of nobodies given power by a court. They decided since they will fight Bcci officials to concentrate power in their hands its better to keep the superstar on their side.

The CoA are nobodies who got power and then did everything to get more and keep it. In doing so they destroyed the bcci system.


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No defending Shastri but lets understand who all are in CoA. Vinod Rai was a CAG, guha who is cricket historian, vikram limaye is an industrialist and the only cricketer Diana edulji. They will come up with solution we see on this forum drop ishant, drop pujara, drop everyone, bring in u19 players etc..

 

They want to do something for indian cricket bring in Dilip Vengsarkar as chief selector. 

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No mismanagement?

How can Kumble be removed just because Kohli wanted that?

How can Dravid and Zaheer be superceded by Bharat Arun and Bangar despite the CAC recommending them?

They allowed a selection committee with a total experience of 13 tests to be formed.

Thing is CoA are a bunch of nobodies given power by a court. They decided since they will fight Bcci officials to concentrate power in their hands its better to keep the superstar on their side.

The CoA are nobodies who got power and then did everything to get more and keep it. In doing so they destroyed the bcci system.


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Well, the CoA is basically formed to fight the original BCCI workers and put more government control over it(through the court of course).
It was formed with good intentions-but now the members are using it to fight the BCCI and gather power of their own.. They are the ones who have allowed Virat to run his **** show.

Dropping 1-2 players, questioning Shastri,making Sourav Ganguly President-all are their populist gimmick to deflect the corrupt tag from their name.
Vinod Rai and Co are as corrupt as Srini Mamu.
At least Srini Mamu, for all his worth-is a competent guy who ensured the best for his interests.
The CoA guys are just another Freeloader who wants to enjoy Power.
What was the use kicking out Dhoni when the replacement is his gareeb version?
To be frank, Whatever Virat has won (outside the SC) is because of the weakness of the opponent team.

Now I feel like they pushed for Kohli as captain to further their interests only.
Kohli - despite the inflated ego is, I believe he is someone who is extremely easy to control and become someone's pawn if you butter up his ego properly.
Wasn't it the CoA who fired Kumble and rejected Tom Moody?
Now pay for it
I'm not going to believe in CoA's crap again.


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3 hours ago, Malcolm Merlyn said:

No mismanagement?

How can Kumble be removed just because Kohli wanted that?

How can Dravid and Zaheer be superceded by Bharat Arun and Bangar despite the CAC recommending them?

They allowed a selection committee with a total experience of 13 tests to be formed.

Thing is CoA are a bunch of nobodies given power by a court. They decided since they will fight Bcci officials to concentrate power in their hands its better to keep the superstar on their side.

The CoA are nobodies who got power and then did everything to get more and keep it. In doing so they destroyed the bcci system.


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I doubt BCCI would've done anything different with this case. We all saw how they sucked up to Dhoni for over a decade. Kohli is just a continuation of Dhoni, and COA is trying to get rid of this very same system, which obviously is going to take some time. 

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12 hours ago, R!TTER said:

I'll do better for just a tenth of that, no overtime though :cheer5:

I promise not to sleep on the job. My morning interviews would be better too. If you do what i can then you get the job.

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14 hours ago, Lannister said:

I doubt BCCI would've done anything different with this case. We all saw how they sucked up to Dhoni for over a decade. Kohli is just a continuation of Dhoni, and COA is trying to get rid of this very same system, which obviously is going to take some time. 

How is  COA is trying to get rid of this system?

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1 hour ago, rkt.india said:

How is  COA is trying to get rid of this system?

That's what they are here for right. To clean up the mess that is BCCI. It takes some time to understand the rot and where it is coming from and take appropriate measures. I know they are starting to regret the choice they made during Kumble saga to empower captain and coach with full power.

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12 hours ago, Lannister said:

I doubt BCCI would've done anything different with this case. We all saw how they sucked up to Dhoni for over a decade. Kohli is just a continuation of Dhoni, and COA is trying to get rid of this very same system, which obviously is going to take some time. 

CoA has lost, the BCCI can fight this battle endlessly, the courts cannot :yousuck:

Unfortunately the power brokers at BCCI will never give up that power, when you think about it the likes of Dalmiya, Pawar, Srini, Thakur, Jaitley, Shukla etc. They aren't the kind of people you'd mess with, not unless you're Amit Shah or Modi and they wouldn't concern themselves with cricket.

 

http://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/24325505/supreme-court-approves-new-bcci-constitution-couple-key-tweaks

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46 minutes ago, Lannister said:

That's what they are here for right. To clean up the mess that is BCCI. It takes some time to understand the rot and where it is coming from and take appropriate measures. I know they are starting to regret the choice they made during Kumble saga to empower captain and coach with full power.

There was no mess in the first place and nothing has changed since COA came in.  Things have only gotten worse.

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There was no mess in the first place and nothing has changed since COA came in.  Things have only gotten worse.
CoA was good in the beginning then they themselves got into power Broking and there is now a huge mess

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1 hour ago, rkt.india said:

There was no mess in the first place and nothing has changed since COA came in.  Things have only gotten worse.

lol.. didn't you see how it was during Dhoni's time. The same sh!t selections, there was no accountability for overseas drubbings and on top of that, the crook Srinivasan was trying to highjack the world cricket. 

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1 hour ago, R!TTER said:

CoA has lost, the BCCI can fight this battle endlessly, the courts cannot :yousuck:

Unfortunately the power brokers at BCCI will never give up that power, when you think about it the likes of Dalmiya, Pawar, Srini, Thakur, Jaitley, Shukla etc. They aren't the kind of people you'd mess with, not unless you're Amit Shah or Modi and they wouldn't concern themselves with cricket.

 

http://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/24325505/supreme-court-approves-new-bcci-constitution-couple-key-tweaks

The people you have mentioned are either dead or in jail or getting their asses kicked at the moment. Long live COA. 

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26 minutes ago, Lannister said:

lol.. didn't you see how it was during Dhoni's time. The same sh!t selections, there was no accountability for overseas drubbings and on top of that, the crook Srinivasan was trying to highjack the world cricket. 

So yeah like we were winning every overseas tour before Dhoni.  Srinvasan was probably the best president after Dalmiya.  He made BCCI stronger and Indian cricket stronger in world cricket.  Seeing likes of Shashank Manohar, we will any day have a Srinivasan.

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4 minutes ago, rkt.india said:

So yeah like we were winning every overseas tour before Dhoni.  Srinvasan was probably the best president after Dalmiya.  He made BCCI stronger and Indian cricket stronger in world cricket.  Seeing likes of Shashank Manohar, we will any day have a Srinivasan.

How did he make Indian cricket stronger when there was no strong on-field performance to back it up. There's a lot of money with them now and look at the state they are in. Pitiful. 

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27 minutes ago, rkt.india said:

So yeah like we were winning every overseas tour before Dhoni.  Srinvasan was probably the best president after Dalmiya.  He made BCCI stronger and Indian cricket stronger in world cricket.  Seeing likes of Shashank Manohar, we will any day have a Srinivasan.

There is a big difference b/w making the "bcci" stronger and "indian cricket" stronger,he made the bcci stronger and impactful not the indian cricket or domestic set up in anyway even though I agree shasank manohar is useless 

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On 8/15/2018 at 12:51 PM, Lannister said:

The people you have mentioned are either dead or in jail or getting their asses kicked at the moment. Long live COA. 

You're kidding, apart from the late Dalmiya and lightweight Thakur who's the one you think has weakened? Pawar is near retirement so I won't count him, besides he's done irrepairable damage to the nation and BCCI.

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