Should youngsters get more opportunities in The Indian Cricket Team...??
October 8, 2007 9:51pm CST
There are two views for this topic. Soem people think it should be a team of Young spirit and some think it should be a well blended team of Experienced and new blood. What you think..?? Dont you think that if the team is full of youngsters, they will make false and stupid decisions when it comes to crusial situations..? Shere your valuable thought here.
10 Oct 07
They are already getting a lo of oppurtunities at the current stage.. They are continously being rotated.. And I don't think they can be rotated more than that as the big trio are still in the team and it wud be silly to let some younster play on their behalf... They can still turn the match on their own...
11 Oct 07
Thanks for the comment but unfortunately I strongly disagree with what you said... One thing you need to keep in mind that even this trio you are talking about even they came up as freshers...everyone was one day a fresher...and i dont think they are the best india have... once given an opportunity you never know when you are gonna face a talent better than this trio...!! More over we have a populato of more than one billion na..!!
11 Oct 07
U don't think this trio is the best?? It sounds strange to me that u think that way.. They are one of the best in the world.. Ofcourse they came as freshers, everybdy comes as a fresher, but the youngsters shud prove their capability to play in the Indian team, and I don't think there are many players who can match the standards set by our terrific trio... And yes, we hav a population of 1 billion, but why can't we find talent like these three...
9 Oct 07
Yes very much. These youngsters deserve to be in the team and they should really play lot of games. Players like Yousuf Pathan should get into the team. He has a strong build, he is tall and he can hit powerful shots. I think such players should rule the team right now and for strategy we have experienced players and also young kings like dhoni and yuvaraj.