Gavaskar believes Fletcher would have lasted nowhere near as long if he were Indian
Former India batsman Sunil Gavaskar has announced his shock at the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) decision to give coach Duncan Fletcher a one-year extension and stated that if Fletcher had been Indian, he would have been sacked.
Fletcher will face a lot of challenges in the year ahead
Despite experiencing some turbulent times under head coach Duncan Fletcher, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has announced that he signed a one-year extension to maintain his position.
Kumble is certain that Sehwag will be a key player during India’s tour of South Africa
Former India leg-spinner Anil Kumble believes that opening batsman Virender Sehwag is facing the toughest challenge of his international career to date after he was dropped from the Test team halfway through the recently concluded four-Test series against Australia.
There has been no confirmation on which franchise Ponting will join
Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting has become the first international player to sign up for the inaugural edition of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL), which is scheduled to get underway on July 29.
The national team were made to take part in the boot camp in 2006
A former Special Forces operative has offered to help the Australian national team strengthen the bond between one another after their embarrassing 4-0 whitewash against India by hosting a two-day boot camp in the United Kingdom.
Hussey told nobody about his decision in order to keep hold of his spot in the Test team
Australia batsman Michael Hussey had revealed that he did not notify anyone of his plans to retire from international cricket until a week before playing his last Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground since he feared that he would have been dropped from the squad.
Donald will continue to press the issue until all the bowlers are capable of bowling swinging yorkers
South Africa’s pace bowlers are constantly referred to as being the best in the world at what they do, which is bowling at lightning fast speeds and being masters at delivering bouncers, but bowling coach Allan Donald has identified a new problem within the pace attack, one that will require strenuous work to fix.
Richardson is eagerly awaiting to witness the impact of the funds on both countries
The West Indies and Zimbabwe have become the two latest nations to be granted funding through the International Cricket Council (ICC) Targeted Assistance and Performance Programme (TAPP), which is solely aimed at improving the level of international cricket played around the world.
McCullum believes Cook is well on his way to becoming a legend of the game
England captain Alastair Cook has received high praise from New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum, who noted that his English counterpart was on the path to immortalising himself as one of the greatest Test cricketers the world has ever seen.
Samuels has triumphed over adversity time and time again
West Indies all-rounder Marlon Samuels has announced that since his return to international cricket, he views the sport in a whole different light and no matter what format he is playing, “cricket for me is basically fun”.