India and its fascination with foreign coaches

India and its fascination with foreign coaches

24 Jun 2011 by Vishal Chandan in Indian Cricket Team

India during the 1990s weren’t that much of a force in foreign pitches. Needing a new outlook to the cricket, they needed to adopt foreign techniques. A resurgence with the arrival of John Wright and here we are standing with the trophy.

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Matter of pride for struggling West Indies

Matter of pride for struggling West Indies

03 Jun 2011 by Vishal Chandan in India vs West Indies 2011

A struggling West Indies side is all set to take on depleted Indian side. Its show time and a clash to lookout.

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Down the road, March 21.

24 Mar 2011 by Vinay Anand in News

On the day of the summer equinox, two outstanding matches of different formats were held in the 90s. Pakistan played co-hosts New Zealand in Auckland in the 1992 World Cup semi final and India played Australia in Kolkata in a Test match in 1998. In 1992, New Zealand under Martin Crowe’s innovative leadership, were one […]

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Want to be a great batsman: Make sure you are not TALL

27 Jan 2010 by Mahendra Prasad in News

Most of the top Cricket batsman are short, is this mere coincidence or a fact?

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Indian bowling, fielding needs to improve

20 Dec 2009 by Mahendra Prasad in India Sri Lanka ODI Series 2009

With the series level at 1-1, India and Sri Lanka will have plenty at stake as they lock horns at Cuttack. Whoever clinches the game will become favourites to win the series, as the other side will have to come out victorious in the final two games to end on top, a rather improbable proposition […]

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