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Selection committee is way too inexperienced - Kirmani

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1 hour ago, coffee_rules said:

This is like a saying in Kannada. ...Mangan kaili maanikya..tranlating loosely to Monkey with pearls. Too much power given to incompetent people. Ravi Shastri in his infinite wisdom gets  a selection committee way too young to argue back. Kohli can push his way through too. No wonder his yaars get so many chances.

 

https://scroll.in/field/897479/bccis-selection-committee-inexperienced-to-challenge-shastri-and-kohli-says-syed-kirmani

 

A look at their experience. They will be like.."Sir..Sir..No Sir..Yes Saar"

 

Monkeys with pearls.  LMAO.  

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24 minutes ago, UnknownGenius said:

I hope he understands that there is a real selection comittee behind those on paper which is the bambi mafia lobby - Tendulkar, Gavaskar, Agarkar, Manjrekar, Vengsarkar making most of the decisions

Did you have a crush on a girl who you thought was 'yours' until a Bombay boy charmed his way into her pants?  

 

 

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1 hour ago, UnknownGenius said:

I hope he understands that there is a real selection comittee behind those on paper which is the bambi mafia lobby - Tendulkar, Gavaskar, Agarkar, Manjrekar, Vengsarkar making most of the decisions

hi man ..... what is your problem????? blaming 'bambi'  for each and every thing..... Kohli is from Delhi... He is acting  as per his own

 powers  and hence is becoming not at all impartial or rational in his choices. So do you put the blame for  that also on 'bambi' ???

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Coming to the topic .... well said Kirmani sir... MSK,Devang,Sarandeep,Khoda  etc etc were such mediocre players  so much so that they simply are hesitant enough to ask back questions to 'Kohli & Sastri'.

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1 minute ago, UnknownGenius said:

Kohli is working hand in hand with SHastri

 

Sahshtri was appointed mainly because of bambi mafia lobby aka Tendulkar

 

Connect the dots....

If so  Shastri would have lot lot more powers than Virat. But as it appears, Shastri  is just a cheer leader who sings glory songs of Virat and nothing else.And this is not how a mafia operates for your simple knowledge..

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9 minutes ago, rtmohanlal said:

If so  Shastri would have lot lot more powers than Virat. But as it appears, Shastri  is just a cheer leader who sings glory songs of Virat and nothing else.And this is not how a mafia operates for your simple knowledge..

Facts don't matter to the prejudiced one-eye.  

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11 minutes ago, sandeep said:

Facts don't matter to the prejudiced one-eye.  

the problem  seems to be  more than of that sort... even some thing in the lines of what you said in your earlier post....

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6 minutes ago, rtmohanlal said:

the problem  seems to be  more than of that sort... even some thing in the lines of what you said in your earlier post....

That was a throway one-liner.  I almost regret it a bit, but its definitely a tongue-in-cheek comment.  Easy target and all, I should have resisted though.

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Nair did well to speak out about this blatant nepotism. What's the purpose of the selectors if team management refuses to give opportunities to the players? Shastri is the main reason behind it, with his clear backing to Mumbai based players. It seems he wanted Rohit in place of Nair for England tour. 

 

There's one more ass whooping waiting for these guys in Australia. 

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6 hours ago, UrmiSinhaRay said:

Nair was a favourite of Kumble - no wonder he was thrown out.

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Did your uncle tell you that? Nair was kicked out because of a love triangle, he couldn't decide between the two and ultimately paid the price. Virat felt be littled that Nair loved his bats more then he loved Anushka so out he went?

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4 hours ago, Lannister said:

Nair did well to speak out about this blatant nepotism. What's the purpose of the selectors if team management refuses to give opportunities to the players? Shastri is the main reason behind it, with his clear backing to Mumbai based players. It seems he wanted Rohit in place of Nair for England tour. 

 

There's one more ass whooping waiting for these guys in Australia. 

Team selection is the prerogative of the skipper... coach or a travelling selector should only give inputs based on conditions or form of the players.

 

Can't believe that bewada selects the team ahead of Kohli when kumble too did not have such power. Maybe  travelling selector with voting rights might actually act as a counter to the captain/ coach.  

 

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3 hours ago, diga said:

Team selection is the prerogative of the skipper... coach or a travelling selector should only give inputs based on conditions or form of the players.

 

Can't believe that bewada selects the team ahead of Kohli when kumble too did not have such power. Maybe  travelling selector with voting rights might actually act as a counter to the captain/ coach.  

 

Captain will not be knowing much about the new players, so it's obviously falls on the coach and the selectors, as that is their job to make sure that right players will get an opportunity. The article clearly mentions that team management was not happy with the squad selection, so they had their own preference, clearly not based on merit-based selections. The selectors gave in to that, and dropped Nair from the squad, as they are not powerful enough to question the team management led by Shastri.  In the meantime, the team performance is suffering. 

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