Manjrekar fired from commentary panel
Sanjay Manjrekar plot his comment on India’s most troublesome middle order Players. India struggle to maintain their middle order batsmen with form for a very long period. Sanjay Manjrekar recently fired from commentary panel.
Sanjay Manjrekar was part of the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) commentary panel for many major ICC events ever since he took up the commentary gig post his retirement in 1996. While Manjrekar is one of the most experienced commentators in the world, the former Mumbai captain has been involved in quite a few controversies over the years.
Sanjay regards his dismissal
Who later breaks his silence by stating that “It is up to my employers whether they choose to have me or not & I will always respect that. Maybe BCCI has not been happy with my performance of late. I accept that as a professional,” he added.
Manjrekar, who has played 37 tests and 74 ODIs, answered this question when responding to fans on his twitter page. He asked fans questions through “talk cricket”.
Sanjay’s plot on Indian team for various position
Manjrekar was asked whether India should stick with Rahul at number five in ODIs and does he find other batsmen. He tweeted, “For the moment he is the right fit. But we must keep looking for a Raina and Yuvi kind of batsman when Rahul eventually moves to the top.”
Yuvraj, who played 304 ODIs for India and has scored 8,701 runs while Raina amassed 5,615 runs from 226 ODIs.
Manjrekar was also asked who he thinks was the right choice for number four and for the all-rounder’s spot in the T20 World Cup. Manjrekar picked Shreyas Iyer and Hardik Pandya respectively.
Manjrekar also felt that the issue with Mumbai was “lack of exceptional leadership” in the Ranji trophy. Manjrekar was asked why the Mumbai Ranji team was not producing good fast bowlers and their bowling was a concern, to which he tweeted, “Mumbai Ranji cricket’s issue is simple. Lack of exceptional leadership. And I don’t mean only the captain of the team here.”