KKR failure...was McCullum actually to be blamed ? (Part of project)?

I know a gone case....but want your views... Uum I have a case study to be submitted at college...what I felt of KKR was... It was just a big name with only Ganguly (Just Icon...even though I respect him a lot), Ponting ( Not playing) being actually big players... Most of local players actually below par... Horrible bowling spells by Ishant Sharma, Agarkar, Karthik Only ones that were putting effort was Brad Hodge...David Hussey at times... McCullum cant lead his team from the front like Vettori but he is not to be blamed as well, even when he made 84* and put a score of 174 to defend(vs RCB)...the team failed... He was selected as wicketkeeper and thats the job noone can do better than him... He did try his best everywhere...still so much of critisism...on field he looks like someone he is not, in every NZ match he is a happy chap shouting for LBW, jumping a lot like a kid ! On field he was the only one taking brilliant outs...savings singles... Your opinions....?

Asked By: husty - 10/14/2009
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1.The Indian Players were not upto the expectation. If you take the teams which have won more matches atleast 4-5 out of seven were contributing almost most of the matches. In KKR, only Ishanth, LR Shukla, Ganguly and Agarkar were good players. That too they contributed once in a while. When you are having a team with... More
Answered By: Test Cricket is the Real Cricket - 10/14/2009
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McCullum should not be blamed for his batting, he should be blamed for his captaincy... More
Answered By: Sandeep - 10/14/2009
McCullum should not be blamed. If Buchanan had done his homework on his players, he would have known McCullum is not a captain.
Answered By: KiwiJoey - 10/14/2009
Brendon Mccullum is putting himself, and being put in the wrong places. In batting he should be put more down the order because he can't stay in for too long without losing his patience and getting out and even though i don't like him he is actually a good Wicket Keeper because he knows when there's a good chance of a... More
Answered By: Noah - 10/15/2009
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