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newscricket2 months ago

Sourav Ganguly was not suited for T20 cricket, claims John Buchanan

Former KKR head coach John Buchanan, who coached the franchise in 2008 and 2009, has claimed that he was always of the opinion that Ganguly was not suited for T20 cricket - neither as a player nor as a captain. Buchanan was sacked as KKR coach after back-to-back failures in the competition.
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newscricket3 months ago

Best IPL teams are those who have left teams to their players, admits Sourav Ganguly

Citing the example of CSK under MS Dhoni and Rohit Sharma’s Mumbai Indians, Sourav Ganguly has admitted that the best of IPL teams have left the teams to their players to function. Added to that, Ganguly also reflected on how the four-captain experiment ruined KKR’s first season.
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newscricket4 months ago

John Buchanan wanted to remove Sourav Ganguly from KKR captaincy, reveals Aakash Chopra

Aakash Chopra, who featured for the Knight Riders in ‘08 and ‘09 season, has claimed that the franchise’s former coach John Buchanan was admittedly keen on removing Sourav Ganguly as captain. Buchanan was sacked as KKR’s head coach post the 2009 season after two dismal campaigns.
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newscricket2 years ago

India vs Australia | Australians know how to bowl to Virat Kohli, claims John Buchanan

John Buchanan has played down the threat surrounding India’s Virat Kohli as the world cup-winning coach backed the Australian speedsters to get him out early on in the innings. Buchanan added that India’s poor record away from home will give Justin Langer’s boys some hope for a win.
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newscricket4 years ago

Both Smith and Kohli have made errors in leadership, says former Australia coach John Buchanan

Former Australian coach John Buchanan feels that both Steve Smith and Virat Kohli have made plenty of errors in their leadership skills and still have some way to go before they perfect that. He has also said that the DRS needs to be reviewed significantly to keep the integrity of the game alive.
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