All 'Wright' Sourav !
It's now time for correction. It's a time
to turn baseless retribution into an acceptance of contribution. Raj
Singh may utter rubbish but couldn't hide the fact that in this age of
internet, his joker like comments is also globally hooked and
reaches to someone through net, who just successfully completed his few
years' tenure as Indian cricket coach! Raj Singh and his latest
irresponsible comments are caught and bowled by none other but former
Indian Coach –John Wright, who observed Sourav Ganguly very closely
day in and day out for years in his stint as Indian cricket coach!
Wright bats for Sourav. He simply rubbished
most of the criticism heaped on the deposed skipper, Sourav including
those attributed to him by Raj Singh Dungarpur.
Wright cleared his stance on Sourav issue
when he said it was not fair to suggest Sourav feigned injuries or that
he was a lazy fielder. He unequivocally uttered due credit to Sourav for
leading India to the maximum number of Test wins and praised Sourav for
fighting " very hard for some of the youngsters in the selection
In Raj related comment on Sourav, Wright
simply made a fun by saying "He is a colourful
man and is sometimes prone to making colourful statements. I saw the
news briefly on the Internet. I looked at it and said goodness gracious
what is happening… because in India cricket almost follows you; in
fact it haunts you,"
May be not just Raj, it is pointed to
When Wright was asked if he thought Sourav
was a laziest fielder, His pat reply came: " That is
Raj's opinion.There were times when I could single out Sourav and
there were times when the same could have been said of Srinath and
His strong support came when he credited
Sourav for backing youngsters. Wright said, " I think he wanted
to leave behind a legacy where there was no difference between the
senior and junior players."
Yes we, all Cricket lovers will vouch for
this stone-cold-certain truth and contribution made by Sourav Ganguly in
Indian Cricket. Raj, More, Greg –three morons in present Indian
cricket –are you listening an honest, impartial opinion of a
successful coach of Team India?