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Do you feel SRK has played cheap politics by advertising Ganguly as captain of KKR and later replacing him with McCullum while in South Africa ?

Asked by INDRANIL BASU, 19 Apr '09 12:33 am
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You are playing even cheaper politics by interfering into a club\'s internal decision. IPL has nothing to do with cricket, national hero, image, etc. Remember, in a team meeting, Ganguly was a part of the decision making team too.
Answered by Parthapratim Chakravorty, 19 Apr '09 12:38 am

 
  
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May be the reason better known and profitable to him
Answered by krish, 19 Apr '09 09:51 am

 
  
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We do not know much in the internal matters ,so we cannot comment we shall be reading much more in newspapers in days to come
Answered by anil garg, 19 Apr '09 12:50 am

 
  
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SRK and Buchanan have gone crazy. If there is anyone worthy of leading KKR, it is Saurav. I can\'t understand SRK giving undue importance to players from neighboring countries. I was stunned by the news of signing Mashrafe Mortaza for an obnoxious amount. He will not be able to do quarter justice. On the one hand, SRK says his team is a poor team and then he signs a player for obnoxious sum. He could have bought Ranadeb Bose for half the money and still saved some for training ! Anyway let\'s wait and see what happens. If they win, everyone will say it was a wonderful strategy. If they lose, SRK and Buchanan will have a convenient scapegoat! Ajit Agarkar... Anyway in India, none will question if Agarkar is blamed for a defeat... Even if he doesn\'t play!
Answered by Govind Raj, 19 Apr '09 12:51 am

 
  
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