The Greg Chappell-Sourav Ganguly spat

Four months after Greg Chappell became India coach, Sourav Ganguly was sacked as captain and dropped from the team. After months of acrimony and covert mudslinging between the two, Ganguly returned to the side, while Chappell quit after the 2007 World Cup


'I was asked to step down as captain' - Ganguly
'I was asked to step down as captain' - Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly has revealed he was asked to step down as captain before the first Test against Zimbabwe

'I have been vindicated' - Ganguly
'I have been vindicated' - Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly, the Indian captain who has been accused by Greg Chappell of being unfit to lead the team in a sensational email to the Indian board, has said he has been vindicated as he had done nothing wrong

'I still feel I am good enough' - Ganguly
'I still feel I am good enough' - Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly, the former Indian captain, has insisted that he is still good enough to play international cricket and is disappointed with his continued exclusion from the team

'I never considered retirement' - Ganguly
'I never considered retirement' - Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly has said that the thought of retirement never crossed his mind,

Ganguly in, Laxman appointed vice-captain
Ganguly in, Laxman appointed vice-captain

Sourav Ganguly has been recalled to the Indian Test team for the forthcoming three-Test series against South Africa. VVS Laxman has replaced Virender Sehwag as the vice-captain of the Test side

Chappell plays down Ganguly issue
Chappell plays down Ganguly issue

Greg Chappell, India's coach, says he has no differences with Sourav Ganguly and the matter of including him in the playing XI for the upcoming Test series against Pakistan would be a purely cricketing decision

Ganguly questions Chappell's method
Ganguly questions Chappell's method

Sourav Ganguly, the former Indian captain, has said that Greg Chappell's coaching philosophy may not work in India

Ganguly joins team in South Africa
Ganguly joins team in South Africa

As soon as its doors open, the TV crews make a beeline there from their vantage points. Sourav Ganguly gets out quietly, picks up his kitbag from the boot, and wheels in into the practice area

World Cup was deadline for return, says Ganguly
World Cup was deadline for return, says Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly revealed that he'd set a World Cup deadline for himself, after which he would have given up hope of playing for India

Birds of a feather
Birds of a feather

Chappell must avoid the mistakes made by Ganguly because they are more similar than he could imagine

Chappell plays down Ganguly issue
Chappell plays down Ganguly issue

Greg Chappell, India's coach, says he has no differences with Sourav Ganguly and the matter of including him in the playing XI for the upcoming Test series against Pakistan would be a purely cricketing decision

Ganguly relieved 2005 is over
Ganguly relieved 2005 is over

Former skipper says he has endured the worst

Greg Chappell ends tenure with India
Greg Chappell ends tenure with India

Greg Chappell, the coach of the Indian cricket team, will not be seeking an extension of his contract, which expired at the end of the World Cup. Chappell informed the board president of his decision on Wednesday, citing "family and personal reasons."

A controversial reign
A controversial reign

Greg Chappell, the coach of the Indian cricket team, will not be seeking an extension of his contract, which expired at the end of the World Cup. Chappell informed the board president of his decision on Wednesday, citing "family and personal reasons."

'I expected Sourav to come back' - Chappell
'I expected Sourav to come back' - Chappell

Greg Chappell speaks on how anticipating Ganguly's return and the concerns over India's fielding

'Right now I have nothing but praise for Ganguly'
'Right now I have nothing but praise for Ganguly'

Greg Chappell has reiterated that his face-off with Sourav Ganguly was never a battle 'between two personalities' but merely a cricketing issue that was 'blown out of proportion'

A little tact won't hurt Greg Chappell
A little tact won't hurt Greg Chappell

Candour remains an admirable virtue; but Chappell will know that leadership goes well with some tact and diplomacy

Chappell told not to comment on individuals - Pawar
Chappell told not to comment on individuals - Pawar

Sharad Pawar, the Indian board president, met with senior Indian cricketers and coach Greg Chappell on the eve of the final day's play of the Nagpur Test, and later announced that the BCCI wanted to "close the chapter" on the controversial comments by Cha

Ganguly writes to Pawar on Chappell's comments
Ganguly writes to Pawar on Chappell's comments

Peeved by Greg Chappell's comments on him in an interview to a British newspaper, Sourav Ganguly has sought the intervention of the Indian Board on the matter

Sourav spat was 'blown out of proportion' - Chappell
Sourav spat was 'blown out of proportion' - Chappell

Greg Chappell, India's coach, has once again said that the spat between him and Sourav Ganguly was "blown out of proportion"