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featuresports2 days ago

Truthful Tuesday | Boxing Day Test needs to move out of MCG for the better of the sport

The feeling of being let down despite having no expectations can be cruel and can break a person. And the MCG, over the course of the last decade, has broken many a person. In this Truthful Tuesday, we look at why the Boxing Day Test needs to move out of MCG for the better of the sport.
Anirudh Suresh
featuresports9 days ago

Truthful Tuesday | Go ahead, BCCI. Nothing wrong in clashing with WBBL

An oasis in the middle of a desert is a comforting illusion and a thriving modicum that lets the world feel the vibe in a way nothing else can. Women’s Cricket in India, out of nowhere, has found that dimmed light and, if anything, it has come as a celebration of a whole lot more.
Bastab K Parida
featuresports23 days ago

Truthful Tuesday | ECB's fault for taking a punt on their ‘responsible’ players

We are back again with Truthful Tuesday look at ‘Jofra Archer’ and his episode but this time, the stance is completely different which also will make you look at it from a different point of view. Imagine, would all of this have happened if ECB did not carelessly take a punt on their players.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featuresportsa month ago

Truthful Tuesday | Jofra Archer the instigator of all criticism that comes his way

There are certain athletes who are more than just sportsmen. They glow and stand out even in a crowd of a thousand, they shine brighter than the sun and, thanks to their charming, dazzling and electrifying persona, they invariably end up attracting the attention of every single person towards them.
Anirudh Suresh
featuresportsa month ago

Truthful Tuesday | MS Dhoni’s batting legacy transcends cricket zenith way more than his leadership aura

‘Has any cricketer embodied the pride and very essence of Indian cricket more than Mahendra Singh Dhoni?’ I wondered before being shown a mirror which asked, ‘What about that little fella from Mumbai? Or that aggressive South Delhi boy wearing his heart on his sleeve?’
Bastab K Parida
featuresportsa month ago

Truthful Tuesday | Miralem Pjanic just might be one of Barcelona’s best moves in a long time

Football will always remember the day that Barcelona swapped Arthur Melo for Miralem Pjanic but for all the chaos that surrounds the deal, could this actually be a great move? In this week’s edition of ‘Truthful Tuesday’, we say that Pjanic could be the best move that Barcelona have made in a while.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresports2 months ago

Truthful Tuesday | Perhaps, it’s time we start taking Sreesanth’s words seriously

An obnoxious dance. An unwarranted slap. A nerve-wracking catch. A plethora of on and off-field rants. Shanthakumaran Sreesanth, years before his stint in the Big Boss and tons of other reality shows, was quite the entertainer.
Anirudh Suresh
featuresports2 months ago

Truthful Tuesday | Ridiculed Ravi Shastri deserves more respect than what he gets

Who do you think is behind the brand of cricket that team India plays? Many would say Kohli, but think again. Ravi Shastri, the tracer bullet of Indian cricket, has certainly shaped the way India has played cricket, which also has helped them build a team that is no longer inferior away from home.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featuresports2 months ago

Truthful Tuesday | Greg Chappell’s tenure as India coach unsymmetric but it had spunk and logic

It was a chilly winter afternoon in 2007 when I thronged to the Bhubaneswar Airport to catch a glimpse of Indian team arriving for the second ODI against Windies in Cuttack. The joy of the team's arrival, however, was greeted with despair that made everything gloomy and me ashamed of my state.
Bastab K Parida
featuresports3 months ago

Truthful Tuesday | Sourav Ganguly leaving BCCI is good thing for world cricket

As Sourav Ganguly stepped into the shoes of BCCI President, in October, everyone was eager to see the following nine months pan out for Indian cricket as ‘Dada’ sat at the helm. But those nine months are almost over and nobody’s ready to see him go, but he should for the good of world cricket.
Sritama Panda