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 Indian Cricket Is Going Through A Transition Phase 
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Indian Cricket Is Going Through A Transition Phase
by: Ella Wilson




Over the years, Indian cricket has seen its own share of highs and lows. If winning the world cup in 1983 was a high then being knocked out in the first round of the 2007 world cup was definitely the lowest point in Indian cricket. Quiz any India cricket fan on this and you will come up with a unanimous answer, this definitely was the lowest point of India cricket. Cricket is definitely not as popular as football, but in countries where the game is played, it is huge. In fact in India cricketers are worshipped like gods and all the players have a cult status. Ask an India cricketer and he will tell you how difficult it is just to step out of his house. Just because there is so much passion for the game, it can work out both in a positive and in negative ways as well. If one follows the history of India cricket closely, he or she can find out exactly how this has affected India cricket over the years.

The administrators of the game or to be more specific, people those who are running the Board of Control for cricket in India are at the helm of managing everything related to the game. The problem with any game arises when the people who are managing the governing body are not well versed with the game and its different elements. So, if you do not have proper people taking care of Indian cricket or for that matter cricket of any other country, the game is going to be the biggest loser. Naturally people who do not have the correct knowledge about certain things cannot sit and make decisions about that. Yes, there is huge money involved in India cricket, but till someone actively works towards this, there is no chance that things will improve.

The passion of fans for the game works favorable for the game when you can see huge number of people going to the stadium to watch the match. So besides the popularity of the game rising, there is also a huge amount of revenue that is generated through this. However things can take a turn for the worse when fans get violent after their team loses important matches. This was widely seen when fans of India cricket protested against their loss to the babies of cricket Bangladesh. Fans of Indian cricket are an emotional lot, so if their team is performing well, they are treated like kings. And if the team is not performing well, it is these fans that do not think twice about saying anything bad for their one time idols.

India cricket is going through a transition phase now. After the team’s debacle in the recently concluded world cup, the hunt is on for a new coach. This was one of India’s worst performances in a world cup event. In a few days the name of the new coach will be accounted and one thing that the coach will have to face on a huge scale is to being back the confidence of the team. The coach will have to make the players feel that they can be world beaters on a given day and they just need to make some efforts for that.


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Ella Wilson is a cricket fanatic. She simply loves the game and tries to catch live action no matter where she is.At Stickiewicket she works on Online cricket score,live cricket score, Fantasy cricket and indian cricket among other things.You can see her works at http://www.stickiewicket.com




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