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'Teams can ill-afford to lose a session'

Amol Muzumdar and WV Raman look back at the league stage and preview the quarter-finals. Plus, we speak to Nitin Sundar about watching a game in Shimoga (41:24)

Producer: Siddhartha Talya

January 1, 2012

Posted by ShashidharHundi on (January 4, 2012, 17:39 GMT)

It is really a good one & I have become a fan of this show. Talya, you are doing a good job & we expect some more good discussions. In fact both Amol & WV spoke well. I am impressed with Amol's insight. As he rightly said, it will be difficult to comeback if you lose a session. Karnataka had a bad session on 1st day and Hyderabad on day3 & Karnataka is already out of the contest and Hyderabad is also on the same route. Looking forward for your review on SF. It was also nice of you to get some insights from Nitin regarding Shimoga match. Please give good coverage to such matches.

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