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    Muloghonto reacted to Mariyam in Under Mamata Banerjee, West Bengal turning Best Bengal: Mukesh Ambani   
    I think you've gotten it all mixed up here.
     
    In Bengal, the labour unions are quite strong. The government is helpless (or colludes) with the demands, many a times unreasonable ones at that, of the unions. Completely scuttles all industry. In Gujarat/Tamil Nadu, the Unions are a lot better regulated.
    I wouldn't generalize on which community works harder. But most of the times, its the migrants who tend to work harder and at or below minimum wage.
    My family (and me) run manufacturing plants in a few states and my experience says that Gujarat/Karnataka/Tamil Nadu are by far top destinations for manufacturing. Maharashtra is not that far behind. I mean in terms of access to capital, transportation, labour issues, power situation, SEZs and sops from the state etc.
     
    Having said that, Mamta di is trying to reduce the red tape and control the Unions. But its an uphill task, given that the Unions tend to vote for her en masse. She risks alienating them to the CPM/Congress. Or so is the grapevine from industry insiders. Lot of Marwari businesses are slowly moving out of West Bengal and moving to South. These are businesses that have been in Kolkata/Bengal for generations. Probably @Malcolm Merlyn would give you a clearer picture.
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    Muloghonto got a reaction from Peshust in Shami is India's best Test bowler, could fit into SA pace attack very well: Fanie de Villiers   
    Yeah. Nobody did. Because Indian pacers suck and the only one that didn't suck the previous match was dropped. Simple. 
    Our best pacer, by far, is a dude who can't take wickets with the new-ball and struggles with fitness or the dude who got dropped. Their best pacer is world #1, their second best pacer is an ATG sitting out the series, third best is in the top-10 and averages 21 at home, 4th best is a guy who Ishant wishes he could be (Morkel) but can't and their newest pacer is showing that he too, is country miles ahead of any Indian pacer. 
    Our pop-gun attack, is not adequate, no-matter what bravado our Captain Vitriol or pace-hypers think. 
     

     
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    Muloghonto reacted to Stradlater in Darwin's theory scientifically wrong: Union min Satyapal Singh   
    Prove theory in court? 
    Dude it has been proven countless times before by some of the leading scientists and academicians in the world. 
    What next , Earth is held by Sheshnag and Quran has a detailed treatise on embryology? 
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    Muloghonto got a reaction from MechEng in Shami is India's best Test bowler, could fit into SA pace attack very well: Fanie de Villiers   
    Correction : Ambrose & Walsh bowled the 4th-5th stump line, occasionally bringing the ball in or out. Ambrose and McGrath were the 'kumble' of pace bowlers - dealing in micro-movements and micro-variations instead of big banana swing. Walsh did not have much of an outswinger ( it pretty much straightened off the pitch angled in, thats it) but did have a big banana-swinging inswinger. As Kumble, McGrath and Ambrose have proven, you don't need massive movement, if you have all the movements *and* can pitch the ball on a dime-sized patch anywhere on the pitch, at your will. When you combine it with steep bounce of Ambrose/McGrath or the 'spitting cobra' of Kumble, its a lethal mix.

    Waqar was a full-length bowler and while he did have a very potent inswinger, he also swung the ball out noticably. 
    Wasim is a leftie, he cannot be compared to any of these guys because lefties create fundamentally different angles and have to bowl fundamentally different lines. 
    Either way, Wasim had mastered the art of left-arm bowling, where the batsman couldn't tell easily whether the ball is going to hold its line (and thus go towards first slip), straighten into the batsman or be an inswiger itself. 
     
    The difference between Bumrah and these guys, is that Bumrah's stock ball is not the ball that holds its line on 4-5th stump line, but angles into the batsman. 
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    Muloghonto got a reaction from Gollum in How about standardizing the cricket pitch?   
    The other factor to consider, is that cricket is suffering greatly due to bat dominating the ball as opposed to it being an even contest. Especially so, in the shorter formats. With standardized pitches, given the bats are the size of tree-trunks these days, it will further accentuate the batting advantage of sides.  
     
    Plus, they are pro-sportsmen. if India cannot replicate a fast bouncy pitch for batsmen to practice on, despite having dozens of grounds at the Ranji level, its a failure of the system, not failure of the sport.
     
    There is a reason for eg, why WI of the 60s-early 90s were such a strong team (they were not world dominating in the 60s and early 70s but they were competetive in any nation they played). And the reason is variability of pitches. 
    Barbados was your standard 'fast and furious' bouncy pitch, Georgetown was your typical 'patta' slow pitch that didn't break apart, Jamaica was more Durban-ish, with fast & seaming tracks, with Port of Spain offering a consistent bounce pitch that turned to variable bounce and/or broke apart later on. 
    This is why batsmen like Viv or Lloyd (who was extremely good but not great- just using him as an example so it doesnt just seem like brilliant batsmen can overcome anything) could score heavily both in India and in England. 
     
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    Muloghonto got a reaction from Peshust in Shami is India's best Test bowler, could fit into SA pace attack very well: Fanie de Villiers   
    Yeah. Nobody did. Because Indian pacers suck and the only one that didn't suck the previous match was dropped. Simple. 
    Our best pacer, by far, is a dude who can't take wickets with the new-ball and struggles with fitness or the dude who got dropped. Their best pacer is world #1, their second best pacer is an ATG sitting out the series, third best is in the top-10 and averages 21 at home, 4th best is a guy who Ishant wishes he could be (Morkel) but can't and their newest pacer is showing that he too, is country miles ahead of any Indian pacer. 
    Our pop-gun attack, is not adequate, no-matter what bravado our Captain Vitriol or pace-hypers think. 
     

     
  7. Troll
    Muloghonto got a reaction from Peshust in Shami is India's best Test bowler, could fit into SA pace attack very well: Fanie de Villiers   
    Yeah. Nobody did. Because Indian pacers suck and the only one that didn't suck the previous match was dropped. Simple. 
    Our best pacer, by far, is a dude who can't take wickets with the new-ball and struggles with fitness or the dude who got dropped. Their best pacer is world #1, their second best pacer is an ATG sitting out the series, third best is in the top-10 and averages 21 at home, 4th best is a guy who Ishant wishes he could be (Morkel) but can't and their newest pacer is showing that he too, is country miles ahead of any Indian pacer. 
    Our pop-gun attack, is not adequate, no-matter what bravado our Captain Vitriol or pace-hypers think. 
     

     
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    Muloghonto got a reaction from sarcastic in Darwin's theory scientifically wrong: Union min Satyapal Singh   
    Inapplicable, since you are the one who came defending Hinduvta with what-about-ism first. 
    Pavlov's dog is more applicable to you, since yours is a Pavlovian response, idea lacking cogent thought process (as it is due to knee-jerk reaction to values droned into you as a child that you've not had the courage to question). We weren't sitting here back-patting ourselves on how much of a moron that particular Hinduvta fool is. 
     
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    Muloghonto got a reaction from Forever Indian in How about standardizing the cricket pitch?   
    bad idea, since one of the most entertaining aspect of cricket is the variability of pitches and ability of batsmen and bowlers to adapt to it.
    i do enjoy the sight of Indian batsmen hopping like deer in headlight on fast bouncy pitches...or Aussie batsmen pretending they are harvesting sugarcane with their hard-handed hacks and chops on a crumbling spinning wicket.
     
    The home-side domination can be ended, as someone pointed out, by simply eliminating the toss and letting the visiting team choose whether they bat or bowl. 

    In some sports, whether you are a home side or a visiting side does matter in terms of regulation. For eg, in ice hockey, home side always gets the first change. 
    Ie, for eg, when there is a whistle and stoppage of play (unless its icing), both teams have the option of changing their lines & defence pairings.
    Well, in that scenario, both team wants the perfect matchup- if you are defending a 1 goal lead in the 3rd period with 5 min to go and you see Sidney Crosby comming on ice, you want to put your best defensive forward to try and neutralize him.
    In such a case, the visiting team has to ALWAYS put their players on the ice first (they get a 4-5 second grace period to put their players on ice and more than that, its a delay of game penalty), which allows the home team to see who is on ice first and then react to the matchup. 
     
    There is no reason cricket cannot have rules like this and basically because the home team controls the pitch condition, the visiting team should simply get to deciede if they bat or bowl first.
     
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    Muloghonto reacted to Cricketics in Is Indian Tennis Scene ever going to pick up?   
     
    Its picking up, we have youngsters coming up and there is more news now than before. Of course we aren’t there yet like any european natioan and are often happy to see few more doubles team in the main draw but that I think will change with time.
     
     
    Our biggest problem is lack of funding to players and also lack of Challenger and futures tournament taking place in India where our Indians can participate and gain points. 
     
     
    However recently Maharashtra hosted world class challenger tournament plus ATP 250 tournaments and the 250 even attracted top players like Cilic and Anderson. There is hope. 
     
     
    Sumit Nagal is our future and I expect big thing s from Yuki Bhambri still. One grandslam Quarter final and I am tellinf you, Tennis scene in India will change. Sumit Nagal is the future. We need to shower all the funding on him, along with also showing support and funding for Karman Thandi Kaur who can be a top women tennis player in the future.
     
     
     
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    Muloghonto got a reaction from MechEng in Shami is India's best Test bowler, could fit into SA pace attack very well: Fanie de Villiers   
    Correction : Ambrose & Walsh bowled the 4th-5th stump line, occasionally bringing the ball in or out. Ambrose and McGrath were the 'kumble' of pace bowlers - dealing in micro-movements and micro-variations instead of big banana swing. Walsh did not have much of an outswinger ( it pretty much straightened off the pitch angled in, thats it) but did have a big banana-swinging inswinger. As Kumble, McGrath and Ambrose have proven, you don't need massive movement, if you have all the movements *and* can pitch the ball on a dime-sized patch anywhere on the pitch, at your will. When you combine it with steep bounce of Ambrose/McGrath or the 'spitting cobra' of Kumble, its a lethal mix.

    Waqar was a full-length bowler and while he did have a very potent inswinger, he also swung the ball out noticably. 
    Wasim is a leftie, he cannot be compared to any of these guys because lefties create fundamentally different angles and have to bowl fundamentally different lines. 
    Either way, Wasim had mastered the art of left-arm bowling, where the batsman couldn't tell easily whether the ball is going to hold its line (and thus go towards first slip), straighten into the batsman or be an inswiger itself. 
     
    The difference between Bumrah and these guys, is that Bumrah's stock ball is not the ball that holds its line on 4-5th stump line, but angles into the batsman. 
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    Muloghonto got a reaction from Gollum in Under Mamata Banerjee, West Bengal turning Best Bengal: Mukesh Ambani   
    last year when I was in India, met up with a long lost friend who's now inherited his family's conglomerate business. Was shocked when he said he moved his telephone pole factory from Indore to Durgapur...I was like 'dude, you moved a factory out of MP and into Bongland ?! like that's hara-kiri'. He laughed and said that the problem in Bengal, is beurocracy and government corruption is too big. Too much bribing needs to be done to get the permits and crap on time, etc. but apparently Bong workers are hardworkers, much harder workers than the ones from Rajasthan, Haryana/MP/Punjab area. ( he prefers his manufacturing in Gujju-Tamil-Marathi land but says land price there for his type of factory is too big, so Bengal-Bihar is a better bet). 
     
    Blew my mind....
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    Muloghonto reacted to Gollum in Is Indian Tennis Scene ever going to pick up?   
    1. Very rich sport, our best talent is from middle class and lower strata eg adivasis. Both these groups are either into no sport or cricket/hockey/badminton/football/archery etc. Tennis hasn't caught the eye of an average Indian, even in richer countries it is seen as an elite sport but still we are way behind. 
     
    2. Unnecessary hype of doubles: Singles is the real deal but when you place the doubles players at such a high pedestal youngsters will have low benchmark, they will take the easy way out. From Ramanathan Krishnan and Vijay Amritraj we have fallen to following doubles specialists (failed singles players will be a better way to describe them) who are ridiculously over rated and over pampered.
     
    3. Genes. During 60s-80s it had finesse, now more power, stamina, endurance needed...also the competition is too much these days with the resurgence of European powers. Not just India, look at the East Asian countries, even they are struggling to produce tennis champions in spite of such excellent infrastructure and focus on sports. A few days back Shenzhen signed a 1 billion US$ deal to host WTA YEC for 10 years. Look at the HC swing after SW 19, so many tournaments in East Asia, still very few decent players from that region...cost benefit ratio bakwaas hai. Just like football, tennis will continue to be dominated by Europe, Americas and Australia
     
    4. Like in all sports, we have poor sporting infrastructure and coaches in India. Not all can afford to shift base to USA/Europe to get better facilities. Also a poor sporting culture, tbh we suck at almost all sports. 
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    Muloghonto reacted to Gollum in Virat Kohli : worst captain in international cricket ever ?   
    I wouldn't go that far but certainly a very poor captain. He is mentally a 9 year old brat and it was never a good idea to make him captain in all 3 formats in the first place, he wields enormous power in the cricketing circles and just like an ill mannered kid, throws the toys out of the pram when things don't go his way. It isn't a surprise that in spite of being so ambitious he is yet to win a low quality pyjama circus league like IPL with a star RCB team. It will be unfair to expect a captain to have a poker face but Kohli is too fidgety and emotional to be a successful leader. This is the guy who flipped off the boisterous Aussie crowd as a youngster, same guy who proclaimed that Aussies were no longer his friends after an eventful series, the guy who celebrates like a lunatic after getting a batsman out even though he might have had nothing to do with that dismissal....acting like a monkey is not what you expect from a captain, you need to be a tad cold hearted and in control of your emotions. The greatest captains always keep a cool head over their shoulders, they might be seething inside or nervous but they rarely show it. Dada had many great qualities but because he wasn't always in control of his emotions he had a bad record in crunch matches in spite of being in charge of a very good team. Kohli has taken it to the next level, hence he is never going to win any white ball ICC tourney as long as he is skipper.....likh ke rakh lo. 
     
    Coming to his other shortcomings he is adamant, delusional, corrupt, biased and a dictator. These qualities will drag him down in test cricket also. Look at his press conference yesterday, clearly indicates that he is used to having his way and can never tolerate conflicting opinion. Do you think brat will ever listen to his team mates and coaches? I doubt his gigantic ego will allow it. Kumble was one guy who could tame that beast, a Kumble-Kohli partnership would have worked wonders for our test team. But Kohli hated people who dared question his idiocy and thought process. Remember Kumble was the guy who forced Kohli to sit out of Dharamsala and give Kuldeep a debut......Kumble was the guy who wanted us to bat first against the mental midgets in CT F, whatever he did, he did keeping Indian cricket's best interests at heart, apparently that doesn't suit Kohli's style. He wants slave dogs like Shastri and Arun/Sridhar around him licking his boots and carrying Anushka's shopping bags. He can't work with strong personalities, so no wonder Dravid/Zak have kept away from the consultant role, do you think these guys were sleeping when they saw what happened to Kumble? His bias is well known, don't want to write an essay but clearly his commercial interests and business matters take precedence over ability and performance. He can justify his selections via frequently abused cliche like horses for courses, current form etc. 99% of Indian fans are chewts of the highest order and will lap it up, but those that know better can see the conflict of interest and how Bunty Sajdeh is finishing Indian cricket every passing day. His delusions came flowing yesterday when he contrasted our poor batting to the Aus 2014-15 tour where we regularly posted 450+ scores....I mean if this guy thinks the pitches can be compared nothing to be added really. He is in his own parallel realm where aggressiveness and intent have different meanings. Mcgrath once said that when he sees Dravid leave ball after ball and get a 60 ball 5 under testing circumstances that is aggression, Kohli believes a 10 ball 20 is aggression, his stupidity knows no bounds and unless checked will make this Eng tour a sicker joke than the Summer of 42 (1974 tour). Tests are won on grit and patience, even Lloyd's WI team didn't have such a weird definition of aggressiveness as Kohli has. Overseas tests for Asian teams in in SA/Eng are won when you grind the opposition to dust, score 240/3 in a full day's play and make it a war of attrition, watching how Che and Vijay played this series or for that matter our shot selection yesterday, it seems team management has royally *ed the brains of all our players. Kohli has always been tactically inept, that has been clear from his shorter format exploits as captain but even his strategy sucks and makes no sense. When a bowler is bowling well he removes him from the attack and keeps him away for half a day, continuing with a bowler bowling 8th stump line when the opposition team is under the pump, sacrificing a great keeper for 3 extra runs plus 4 dropped catches......this guys is clueless. Finally coming to the insecurity part, this guy cannot tolerate a 2nd superstar and that is the source of half our problems. Youngsters will have a hard time under his reign because he doesn't want to share power, he would rather surround himself with TTFs and old age people and be that one andhon mein kaana raja that Indian public loves, admit it Indian public loves its lone warriors and moral victors, we as a nation have a hero worshiping mentality that puts individual performances over team results. Minnow nation with minnow mentality !!!!!!!
     
     Zero imagination, zero tactics, zero strategy, zero patience, Bollywood diva level insecurity...he already has a worse start than Dhoni on the captaincy front and he may well achieve the nigh impossible task of setting an even lower bar for Indian captains which Dhoni did post 2011 WC. 
     
  15. Haha
    Muloghonto reacted to Mariyam in Under Mamata Banerjee, West Bengal turning Best Bengal: Mukesh Ambani   
    I think everyone has misunderstood Mukesh Ambani.
     
    Bengali's have this habit of pronouncing the 'W/V' as 'B'. 
    Hence Best Bengal. Basn't it bery easy to understand?
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    Muloghonto reacted to chapetmarunga in Male Feminist.   
    coming back on topic on what consent looks like
    https://www.rainn.org/articles/what-is-consent
    How does consent work in real life?
    When you’re engaging in sexual activity, consent is about communication. And it should happen every time. Giving consent for one activity, one time, does not mean giving consent for increased or recurring sexual contact. For example, agreeing to kiss someone doesn’t give that person permission to remove your clothes. Having sex with someone in the past doesn’t give that person permission to have sex with you again in the future.
     
    You can change your mind at any time. 
    You can withdraw consent at any point if you feel uncomfortable. It’s important to clearly communicate to your partner that you are no longer comfortable with this activity and wish to stop. The best way to ensure both parties are comfortable with any sexual activity is to talk about it.
    Positive consent can look like this:
    Communicating when you change the type or degree of sexual activity with phrases like “Is this OK?” Explicitly agreeing to certain activities, either by saying “yes” or another affirmative statement, like “I’m open to trying.” Using physical cues to let the other person know you’re comfortable taking things to the next level It does NOT look like this:
    Refusing to acknowledge “no” Assuming that wearing certain clothes, flirting, or kissing is an invitation for anything more Someone being under the legal age of consent, as defined by the state Someone being incapacitated because of drugs or alcohol Pressuring someone into sexual activity by using fear or intimidation Assuming you have permission to engage in a sexual act because you’ve done it in the past
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    Muloghonto got a reaction from Forever Indian in India vs South Africa: Virat Kohli Questions Team Commitment After Series Loss   
    Hypocritical crap captain asking for commitment from the team when HE himself took time off to get married, did jack $hit to prepare for the series, etc. 
    You get what you give and captain is the first citizen of the team. Virat is showing he is a classic 'do as I say, not as I do' kind of half-man. 
    You want commitment ? learn from Kumble who bowled with a broken jaw or Tendulkar who came back and played 2 days after his dad passed away. That's commitment. Not the fake words of this fake leader.
     
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    Muloghonto reacted to chapetmarunga in Will install CCTV cameras in classrooms, parents can watch live: Arvind Kejriwal   
    http://indianexpress.com/article/cities/delhi/will-install-cctv-cameras-in-classrooms-parents-can-watch-live-arvind-kejriwal-5028887/
     
    How about heck no. This gives me Black Mirror vibes. 
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    Muloghonto got a reaction from GoldenSun in Male Feminist.   
    Their team declined when professional practices like TV analysis, 24/7 coaching and fitness became a thing. Pakistan's decline didn't start with 2007 bombings, it started in the early 2000s. 
     
    When you have an amateur system, where people don't go through a professional development program, yeah obviously you can have great variations, due to sometimes there being more talented people in one nation's generation than the others. But once you raise the standards to professional standards, then number of participants matter and results are directly correlational to the talent pool.
    This is why New Zealand has hardly ever had a better team than Australia - they are both professional set-ups, have been for decades, so there is no chance of 'more unpolished talents > few unpolished talents' random events aka the Pakistan-India-SL comparison you have. Due to their professional development programs, all talent is honed,which makes it a matter of talent pool. And since NZ is far smaller than the Aussies in talent pool of cricketers, they hardly ever have had a better team. 
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    Muloghonto got a reaction from GoldenSun in Male Feminist.   
    See what I mean- chauvinists like you behave like racists. Only when women will utterly, categorically outperform a male, will you give them the same recognition. Ie, setting impossible standards, which are set-up for 'I told you so' comments. 
    Currently, there is only 1 man in the world who can consistently beat Federer or Nadal. That's Djokovic. 
    So you want to consider women as equal to men, only if a woman can do something against two men, that only ONE man in the entire world can. Brilliant double standards. 
     
    The reason they are smaller, is because they've been kept out of hard labor and good nutrition for generations, which has made a difference to what genes are turned on or turned off. 
    All Neolithic bones from caveman era shows, for eg, that there was hardly any sexual dimorphism between homo sapiens males and females. Ie, 20,000 years ago, a woman was just as likely to beat up a man as vice versa. 
    But we are seeing the oppressive male culture crumble and women are being given opportunities- which is why in western countries, the physical size difference between males and females are decreasing, not increasing. 
     
    Lions are a different species than us. Different species have different sexual dimorphisms. FYI, female spiders are 10 times bigger and stronger than male spiders. This is not about other species, this is about species homo sapiens. Where the only difference that exists, is because of thousands of years of bigger malnutrition of women and oppression. 
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    Muloghonto reacted to Stradlater in Male Feminist.   
    Not that I agree with the Bengali's logic but my sister is a Major in the army and an accomplished mountaineer too. 
    Never underestimate them.
     
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    Muloghonto reacted to goose in Freedom Series Predictor - 2nd Test - Day 5 Updated !!!   
    @Muloghonto
     
    Apologies but following some spot checks I now see you never came back to me following my post to you above. I gave you Parthiv instead of Saha but you were left without a bowler and so scored no points in that category. As a result you have moved from 1st position to 17th.
     
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    Muloghonto got a reaction from Nonbeliever in Virat Kohli : worst captain in international cricket ever ?   
    Pains me to say this, but in my 30+ years of watching cricket, he may quite possibly be the worst captain I've ever seen. 
    The only reason I say 'possibly' is because he only has *ONE* quality as a captain: his performances with the bat are definitely 'captain showing the way'. But that's it. 
    His on-field decisions are mediocre, so I will give him a neutral score on it. He is not brilliant like Mark Taylor or even good like Ranatunga with his on-field choices, but he isn't completely crap either. Very average.
     
    But Virat Kohli sucks at practically everything else : He is a horrible team selector. He is completely in denial about taking responsibility for the team he picks. And above all, he is the worst captain ever in destroying confidence of each and every single player in the team by chopping and changing randomly. Sets a poor example in the field with his uncouth aggressiveness. ( there is a fine line between Kohli style tapori-giri slummer attitude and aggressive but cool temperament like Steve Waugh or McCallum.)
     
    A captain that fails to take personal responsibility is the worst leader of all. Lost a lot of respect for Kohli after this interview, as he lacks the most basic quality of a leader : to step up and take personal responsibility. Great leaders ALWAYS question their decisions when things don't go right. Because one cannot lead, if one cannot see self as first line of critique. Kohli is 180 degrees opposite of this mentality. 
    We need a new captain and we need him fast. 
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    Muloghonto got a reaction from Forever Indian in India vs South Africa: Virat Kohli Questions Team Commitment After Series Loss   
    Hypocritical crap captain asking for commitment from the team when HE himself took time off to get married, did jack $hit to prepare for the series, etc. 
    You get what you give and captain is the first citizen of the team. Virat is showing he is a classic 'do as I say, not as I do' kind of half-man. 
    You want commitment ? learn from Kumble who bowled with a broken jaw or Tendulkar who came back and played 2 days after his dad passed away. That's commitment. Not the fake words of this fake leader.
     
  25. Great Post
    Muloghonto got a reaction from Forever Indian in India vs South Africa: Virat Kohli Questions Team Commitment After Series Loss   
    Hypocritical crap captain asking for commitment from the team when HE himself took time off to get married, did jack $hit to prepare for the series, etc. 
    You get what you give and captain is the first citizen of the team. Virat is showing he is a classic 'do as I say, not as I do' kind of half-man. 
    You want commitment ? learn from Kumble who bowled with a broken jaw or Tendulkar who came back and played 2 days after his dad passed away. That's commitment. Not the fake words of this fake leader.
     

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