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  1. Leave when people say, "Why?" not when people say, "Why not?"
  2. Things are not how they used to be. My knees, my comrades in battle, are the first ones that come to my attention each day I wake up nowadays. Earlier they were just there, reliable, always there and ready for action. Now I have to nurse them into match-ready fitness. Age and batte have done a number on them. An old proverb in my grandfather's village goes that a man's virility is in his knees and that without them he is impotent. As a wicketkeeper this rings doubly true. As I pad up, the voices of my critics echo down the dimly-lit corridors, penetrating into my mind. "He is past his sell-by date!" they say. "The Old man needs to move out." some say derisively. It doesn't hurt, because what I do, is for them as much as it is for myself. But I wonder if they may be right? Doubt. My old friend, my ancient conspirator. I smile with familiarity. We meet again. The crowd roars with unabashed anticipation. They know what I am capable of. I too know what I was capable of. Maybe I can do it one more time. Once more into the fray, one more time into the darkness. But one voice rings out above all, "He is bringing the team down!" and then I remember, long back, when nobody knew me, and nobody trusted my judgement. Funny, how even after all this time life can still bring us back to where it all began. I mistime an uneasy stroke down the pitch and consider how things are not how they used to be. I caress the handle of my trusty bat, take my guard once more and beneath the roar of the stadium, whisper silently to myself, "We were heroes...."
  3. Don't criticise individual preferences' - MS Dhoni on players skipping the Ranji Tropy http://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/25636698/-criticise-individual-preferences-ms-dhoni-players-skipping-ranji-trophy
  4. http://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/25607219/ms-dhoni-returns-india-t20i-squad-new-zealand-tour
  5. I don't understand why people are criticizing Gambhir. Dhoni is hanging on to his place despite poor form but wanted Gambhir out 3 years ahead of the next world cup! Dhoni is a big hypocrite and I am glad Gambhir spoke out. https://news.com/sports/cricket/article/gautam-gambhir-heavily-criticised-on-twitter-for-questioning-ms-dhoni-s-selection-policy-during-2012-cb-series-between-india-and-australia/329292
  6. https://m.sportskeeda.com/cricket/twitter-abuzz-with-speculation-about-ms-dhoni-retirement-odis-t20is Following India's defeat, footage of former skipper MS Dhoni taking the match ball from the umpires before walking back to the pavilion emerged. And that led many wondering whether that is the beginning of the end for the 37-year-old. The not altogether uncommon scene of a player taking the match ball led many on Twitter to speculate whether the 37-year-old was going to announce his retirement from international cricket. While it is true that Dhoni took the stumps following a drawn Test against Australia, which turned out to be his last Test.
  7. Hey Guys, Check out this new blog in which I have compared the performance of M.S. Dhoni and Sachin Tendulkar. Would love to hear comments from everyone especcially from all Sachin fans Having said that, I have deep admiration for both the cricketers. So let us start a healthy debate and have some fun with the topic. http://blogmyspace.com/tendulkar-vs-dhoni/
  8. It is good to see the camaderie shared by this two on the field.Virat has not shyed to take advice from Dhoni We had seen how players were having problems with past captains ie Imran -Miandad, Kapil- Gawaskar etc. This two have set a very fine example for young players to follow
  9. @BeautifulGame @sscomp32 @Ankit_sharma03 @Rasgulla http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/sports/cricket/australia-in-india/kuldeep-thanks-dhoni-for-pepping-him-up-before-the-hat-trick-ball/articleshow/60788669.cms
  10. India’s most successful captain MS Dhoni was nominated for the Padma Bhushan, the third highest civilian award, by the BCCI for his outstanding contributions in the field of cricket for the country.
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