Give your team a pep talk a.k.a SRK in Chak de India and tell them how the next 7 hours of cricket can change their lives forever.
Team talks are a mere waste of time! It all depends on how you perform on the field.
Talk to the players individually and remind them of their technical shortcomings and the areas they need to work hard on.
Ask you boys to go out there and enjoy the game.
It's total bullshit; a disgrace to world cricket!
A good way to fill your trophy cabinet.
Who cares about the IPL? People just come to see me play.
It's awesome, specially the cheerleaders, late night parties, endorsement deals and yes, the cricket too!
We were outplayed in only three departments: Batting, Bowling and Fielding.
Tell the media that the defeat was a collective failure and that your boys will bounce back strongly.
Forget the defeat. Did you see my catch?
Part of the game. You win some, you lose some!
Tell him that a sound temperament separates the men from the boys and that he needs to do some introspection into his game.
Slogs are a waste of time! There's nothing more artistic than a straight drive.
Tell him that if you were in his place,the ball would have been in the parking lot!
The man who can take care of the team meetings when I am in the nets.
The guy who calculates the Duckworth-Lewis scores?
A mentor and guide who can work in unison with the captain in order to take the team forward.
Anyone will do as far as he is not an Australian!
As if captaining India isn't hard enough!
We have the best selectors around, I don't want to interfere in their work
I hardly care about squad selections!
Definitely. In-fact, I should have been in the selection panel long time back.
The most senior bowler in the team
Bowl the over yourself
Do eeny, meeny, miny, moe to decide
Go with your instincts.
You declare the innings because individual milestones are of no use if the team doesn't win.
Wait for a few while and let him complete the milestone.
It's a draw anyway. Let him make the century!
A test double century is a most cherished possession of any cricketers career. Go on son, complete the double!