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Thursday, January 05, 2006

Dravid sound bytes

From the Hindu, an interview with the Indian captain ahead of the Pak tour.
On leading an experienced team: At the end of the day, it is the captain who takes all the decisions. You can give advice to people and get advised by other people. A captain can get and must get all the help all the time. Take as much help from the people. I don't think any captain has all the knowledge in the world. I don't believe I have all the knowledge. So getting a bit of advice from people will help. But as a captain, I'll have the final word.
On paucity of time to analyse and assess: Nowadays, there is a lot of cricket, back-to-back series. You are practically recovering and playing, recovering and playing. You got to learn along the way. You got to react quickly to situations. You don't have the luxury of going back or go at a slow pace. The challenge lies in how quickly you react to things in a given situation.

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