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Following the debacle in England, should chairman of selectors Kris Srikkanth quit?

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Asked by Ivan Crasto, 13 Sep '11 03:12 pm
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No
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Answered by dilip, 13 Sep '11 08:22 pm

 
  
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Both Srikkanth and Dhoni should quit if they have any semblance of self respect and respect for the country and the game
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Answered by Rajiv Mishra, 16 Sep '11 05:29 pm

 
  
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I think the chairman is the same who selected the team for the world cup. it is the bcci authorities who should quit bcoz they hae made the players machine.
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Answered by satya harinarayan, 15 Sep '11 06:13 pm

 
  
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We should not forget that india won the world cup due to his selections only.
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Answered by Rhitvik Pasricha, 15 Sep '11 05:47 pm

 
  
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Yes. he is unfit to be a chairman and even when he was playing cricket ... he was irresponsible ...so he sould be sacked.
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Answered by Anandathirtha, 15 Sep '11 08:01 pm

 
  
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Yes, moreover, he has given more preference to Chennai cricketers which is a shame to Indian Cricket.
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Answered by Mohd Sabir, 14 Sep '11 11:18 pm

 
  
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I thought that this was very obvioous and this the least the Captain of the team (Dhoni) and the chairman of the selection committee can do . They should won moral responsibility for this shameful debacle. Moreover the entire structure of corrupt BCCI needs to be revamped. It is high time that such changes are made for the sake of cricket in this country.
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Answered by Sanjay Singh, 16 Sep '11 05:34 pm

 
  
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No! He should be rewarded for a wisdom shown
WHICH IS MORE OR LESS SAME AS WAS SHOWN BY JAWAHARLAL NEHRU ,AS HE TOOK CHARGE OF "PM" AFTER INDIA'S INDEPENDENCE!
SAME BRAND OF PEOPLE !
GRABS POWER , DOES HARMFUL THINGS, IRREPAIRABLE!
IF NEHRU IS BEING HONOURED WHY NOT SRIKANT!
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Answered by Indian Ullu, 17 Sep '11 07:50 am

 
  
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Yes
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Answered by kazim hemani, 16 Sep '11 07:21 pm

 
  
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Yes dear
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Answered by ashwani juneja, 16 Sep '11 06:56 pm

 
  
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