- KP Skips
I agree – it’s not as if his reputation for being outspoken is a new development. The ECB knew what he was like before they appointed him, and therefore should have expected something like this at some point. Instead we’ll now give them yet another reason why more mediocre yet long serving players (Strauss and Colly) won’t be dropped from either code, as surely they’ll have to give it Strauss as noone else has the long term experience (save Freddy, who’s already been sacked as vice-cap once). Bloody farse!Posted 9 years agoscaredypantsSubscriber
(nice title CFH)
from a posisiton of ignorance/google then:
what does an international cricket coach do ?
can england get by without one ?
if we need one, which top class coach will take on the job if their career depends on the whim of an apparently outspoken & volatile captain ?
is it possible that the squad isn’t in agreement with KP opver this issue ?
is KP actually a good captain ?Posted 9 years ago
if “dropped” will KP refuse to play for england ? (ie what’s the risk to ecb)
is there really no other talented player in the set-up who’s pretty much guaranteed a place on merit for the mid-term ? (if not, that’s thre farcical bit)cove-transition-genesisMember
KP is a c**k. He may be a good player (yet to be great), but he has always thought he was “bigger” than the game. His arrogance and selfishness has backfired on him. Cricket is a team game, which means that the team should come first. He has placed his own importance or opinion ahead of the team.Posted 9 years ago
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