Its time for Dhoni to step down as captain

December 7, 2012 9:37pm CST
You know the way Dhoni is captaining the matches it appears that he is a good captain for short form of games only.A 5 day test cricket requires lot of experiences about pitch changing over day by day but it appears that Dhoni is not paying any heed to it.He is just concentrating on spins attacks.
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@mohkanari (1957)
• India
8 Dec 12
We can see some serious discussions on this matter all over medias after this series is over. He isn't motivating his team. Senior players are ignored by him and he blames them for any failure of matches.
• India
8 Dec 12
Actually what i feel is that their is now synchronisation of dhoni with team mates...Many a time,senior players ignore dhoni.
@ram_cv (16516)
• India
17 Dec 12
Probably it is, probably it isn't. The question is who will replace him. Sehwag and Gambhir do not seem to be in the running after their dismal performances in this series where their spots in the team might be under question. Pujara is too new to the team. Yuvraj or Raina cannot retain their spots. The bowling unit is an inexperienced one. That leaves Kohli, but he is not experienced at the test level as much as he is in the ODI arena. So who do we find as his replacement? Cheers! Ram