is kumble the best captain india has ever had
22 Feb 08
he is a very good 10 but I won't say that he is the best because when you are telling such a thing you say that he is better captain than saurav. And I don't think this is something which will go down easily he was a very good captain and he had a lot of contributions to the Indian team. And soif we say that kumble is the best captain ever we are actually doing injustice and not other captains who have let the Indian team in the past.
20 Jan 08
India would have ended the second match with a draw if there weren't any umpiring controversies. So it's obvious that we showed our powerful side to Australians by winning a match on their land...which Anil Kumble made possible. Sourav got many chances to be captain in Australia but failed to show them the power of Team India. But it depends on the situatins too. Sourav Ganguly was a good captain but sticking on to the same fielding positions all the time obviously won't give any positive result.. But appeared to be active and clever through out the series..and proved to be fit enough to handle the captaincy... It is too early to judge Anil Kumble as the best captain so far...Obviously it depends on the records he create as a captain and it should be in the course of time....
20 Jan 08
Hello,ritwik! it is too early to say Kumble is the best captain.but the success of Perth gave a boost to his career.he should not plan to retire from cricket at least for another two years.he has maintained the body fitness just like the junior players of the team.i wish he should play more matches for the country and accumulate 700 wickets to his credit.good luck to Kumble and Team India.thank you.
20 Jan 08
Well, yesterday's victory was something special.If he lasts for a year or two then he could become the best test match captain India has ever produced.He seems to have a great temperament and he is second to none as a communicator and leader , but at the end of it all , captains are judged by the results of the matches played during their tenure.Personal milestones aside, if the team continues to deliver such inspiring performances under his leadership ,then he might be revered by his team mates and his fans.I'd love to see him cross 700 wickets in 2009.