“I prefer to see my tradition first. In our tradition, it’s not going to occur (the cut up captaincy concept). You’ll be able to’t have two CEOs in a single firm. If Virat Kohli goes to play T20 and he’s ok, let him be there,” Kapil Dev stated whereas talking through video convention at HTLS 2020.
Up to date: Nov 20, 2020, 21:07 IST
Placing his weight firmly behind Virat Kohli, India’s 1983 World Cup-winning captain Kapil Dev stated Kohli ought to proceed because the captain of Crew India in all three codecs of the sport as cut up captaincy concept has little or no probability of being profitable in Indian cricket. Kapil’s feedback got here throughout his dialog with senior sports activities author and journalist Ayaz Memon on day 2 of the 18th Hindustan Occasions Management Summit.
“I prefer to see my tradition first. In our tradition, it’s not going to occur (the cut up captaincy concept). You’ll be able to’t have two CEOs in a single firm. If Virat Kohli goes to play T20 and he’s ok, let him be there,” Kapil stated whereas talking through video convention at HTLS 2020.
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The legendary all-rounder argued that it will develop into tough for different members of the squad to regulate to completely different captains in numerous codecs of the sport.
“Though I prefer to see different folks arising however it is rather very tough for different gamers. 80% of your group goes to be the identical (in numerous codecs). They received’t prefer to have completely different captains have completely different theories. England, Australia and South Africa are completely different. They’ve a distinct mindset and tradition. However in our tradition, it (cut up captaincy) goes to create variations amongst gamers.
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“Gamers would possibly get confused as to whom they need to look as much as as a result of right here we glance as much as the captain. So I might say for the betterment of the group let it proceed like this,” added Kapil.
Kapil stated it speaks volumes in regards to the expertise out there in Indian cricket that there are a minimum of two-three cricketers who can now lead the facet in Virat Kohli’s absence.
“If one participant like Virat Kohli can’t play T20 or ODIs then I can consider it (of getting one other captain) but when he’s going to play all of the codecs then I might say let him proceed however I’m comfortable that we now have two or three gamers who can do an excellent job if Virat isn’t out there,” Kapil stated.