The experts review the action

Do India have the intent?

Sanjay Manjrekar on the lessons from the tour of England, and the way ahead for the Indian team management. (00:00)

Interviewer: Nagraj Gollapudi

September 18, 2011

Posted by Unmesh_cric on (September 20, 2011, 23:06 GMT)

As always, very good analysis by Sanjay. I hope this humiliating loss to England hurt Indian players & management as much as it did to Indian fans. Looking forward to the Australia series.

Posted by AjaySridharan on (September 19, 2011, 12:26 GMT)

"Indian cricket team is sometimes a representation of how the country functions...struggling to come together as a unit" - very good observation. I've always liked Manjrekar's insights, his ability to connect dots and his willingness to speak his mind, even if is sometimes against Sachin!

Posted by Alexk400 on (September 19, 2011, 6:21 GMT)

No one listening to you people. BCCI has their own plans. Stop wasting your seems like you have no clue why india can't produce fast bowler. Until then india will be middle of the bunch

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