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Gulu Ezekiel Blog: Do we want More?
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Sep 05, 2006
Chairman of selectors Kiran More went out with a whimper more than a bang at the end of his four-year term. Considering no match could be played in last month's jinxed tri-series in Sri Lanka, the work of the selection committee was made that much easier when they picked the team for the DLF Cup tri-series in Kuala Lumpur later this month. All they had to do was retain the same 15.

More has been one of the most outspoken and controversial chief selectors of recent times and was instrumental in showing Sourav Ganguly the door. That gives him equal billing with coach Greg Chappell as villain-in-chief at least in Kolkata.

But then no team selected is ever without at least one surprise and the dropping of pace bowler S. Sreesanth for the Champions Trophy next month raised quite a few eyebrows.

Sreesanth was impressive in the West Indies but to his misfortune only 14 players could be chosen for the Champions Trophy. Left arm pacer RP Singh has really done nothing of note and he can consider himself distinctly lucky to be included.

Both the Aussies and the Indians are being put through the grind by their coaches Chappell and John Buchanan respectively. While our boys seem to have enjoyed the innovative methods employed, the world champions appear to have mixed feelings about their tough 'boot camp' in the bush.
 
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