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  1. Captain Kohli and his love for past it cricketers.

    How about Karthik making a comeback in all 3 formats? Is that not on Kohli as well?
  2. Captain Kohli and his love for past it cricketers.

    In Kohli’s first test series as full time captain, Harbhajan makes a comeback. In Kohli’s first ODI series as full time captain, Yuvraj makes a comeback. Coincidence? I think not! Its quite clear that Kohli supports has-beens and TTFs over young talent.
  3. Captain Kohli and his love for past it cricketers.

    Now that we have lost against South Africa, how many has-beens will make a comeback for our next overseas series in England?
  4. Captain Kohli and his love for past it cricketers.

    I won't be surprised if the likes of Yuvraj and Raina also make a comeback for 2019. Kohli has poor vision for the future
  5. Captain Kohli and his love for past it cricketers.

    Oh really? Whose brilliant idea was it to bring back Pappu when Saha got injured against England last year?
  6. In the past few years, the following players made a comeback into the Indian team under Kohli's captaincy: - Harbhajan Singh (Tests in 2015) - Amit Mishra (Tests in 2015) - Gautam Gambhir (Tests in 2016) - Parthiv Patel (Tests in 2016) - Yuvraj Singh (ODIs in 2017) - Dinesh Karthik (ODIs in 2017, Tests in 2018) I am not a Dhoni bhakt but I don't ever remember these many has-beens making a comeback into the Indian team under his captaincy. Dhoni always backed and supported young talent to shine at the highest level, with Virat Kohli being one of them. None of the names mentioned above have cemented their place in the team across formats. Captain Kohli should have used this time to groom young exciting talent instead of wasting it on these past it cricketers. Our cricket is going nowhere by giving countless chances to these has-beens. Where is the blueprint for the future of Indian Cricket? Oh wait, I guess there is none!
  7. Captain Kohli and his love for TTFs and has-beens
  8. Never deserved a comeback into the team. We are going nowhere by giving tried and tested failures like Parthiv and Karthik chances
  9. Facebook cricket groups

    Are you still in it?
  10. Facebook cricket groups

    It’s basically the facebook version of ICF
  11. Lol no he's not, they both are failures with the bat. Neither of them will guarantee the team with runs from their bat but Saha has an edge since he can be guaranteed upon to perform with the gloves. Pappu is poor with both bat and gloves.
  12. Facebook cricket groups

    "Die Hard Cricket Fans" is the best cricket group on Facebook, it's on par with ICF. If you want to be a part of it, just PM me and we will work something out
  13. I would stick with Saha. Both him and Parthiv are on par with the bat but Saha is the daddy with the gloves. Pappu is no Gilchrist with the bat. He’s a tried and tested failure who made his debut over 10 years ago but failed to cement his spot.
  14. KM Asif - 90 mph Kerala Pacer

    Let’s just hope that CSK doesn’t buy him in the auctions. We all know Dhoni and his handling of pace bowlers

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