13 October 2007

Stating the obvious.

Peter Roebuck is either wrong or states the obvious, and very rarely makes any sense. Sample this. India needs to find a balance between the old and the new, apparently. Ahem. And?

His highly original suggestion, for which he gets paid, is:

"Either put Sachin Tendulkar in charge of everything. Or ask Anil Kumble to serve as Test captain and allow his gloveman to lead young T20 and ODI outfits."

And he ends with the classic:

"Dhoni, Sreesanth and company are not the problem. They are the solution, and with a little help from Sachin and, yes, Sehwag, the future must be built around them."

Wow!

8 comments:

Stuart said...

Its a shame we don't get paid to come up with these 'original' viewpoints :).

Uncle J rod said...

Its a shame i don't get paid.

baban said...

dude lets go score

Samir Chopra said...

I think Roebuck is highly overrated as a writer.

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Political Umpire said...

Roebuck isn't liked in his native England. Probably not much in his adoptive Australia either - hence he writes for Indian papers these days ....

Good blog, I'll be back, as someone once said ...

Sumit Chakraberty said...

roebuck doesn't impress me with cricketing insight, but once in a while his description is interesting - like the time he wrote about dravid's batting during the last tour to australia - that he would build a fort around his wicket and then dart out for attacks every now and then. if you saw dravid's solid defence, and those cover drives with the left foot thrust right out, roebuck got it. but, like i said, it's the insight into the game that is of more value

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