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  1. Queen Consort Camilla reportedly has no intention of ‘getting any love’ from the UK, as she’s Charles’ ‘stable influence’
  2. Prince Harry under fire for letting his memoir be delayed, given its importance on his Hollywood ambitions
  3. MS Dhoni surprised many by standing down as CSK captain ahead of the IPL 2022 season, and former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar has also expressed his thoughts on the topic. The former captain of the Indian cricket team, Mahendra Singh Dhoni decided to give up his captaincy of the Chennai Super Kings mere two days ahead of their season opener against Kolkata Knight Riders. The leadership went into the very capable and trusted hands of all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja. Official Statement #WhistlePodu #Yellove @msdhoni @imjadeja — Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) March 24, 2022 Apart from the loyal Dhoni fans, most of the members of the cricketing fraternity welcomed this decision with open arms and congratulated Jadeja on the well-deserved promotion. However, former Pakistani cricketer and fast-bowl legend Shoaib Akhtar seems to be having a tough time wrapping his head around the main reason behind Dhoni’s announcement to quit captaincy so close to the tournament and not making it official well in advance like it usually happens. View this post on Instagram Was Dhoni’s age a factor? Did he want to simply take a backseat and focus on his wicketkeeping and batting as Virat Kohli did following the 2021 season? Was this a result of fallout within the CSK family? The official press release shared by the franchise does not state the reason clearly. In a conversation with Sportskeeda, Akhtar expressed his surprise while not taking any credit away from Jadeja and his abilities as a cricketer and a leader. According to the Rawalpindi Express, while Jadeja will continue to do his best to take CSK to success, it was Dhoni’s unique mind that made him a captain like no other. View this post on Instagram Eventually, the only logical explanation that the retired speedster could think of was that Dhoni was mentally drained as the skipper and wanted to play as ‘one of the teammates’ instead of getting involved with everything from the bureaucracy behind closed doors to dealing with umpires about over rates. Turns out giving up the captaincy is already doing wonders for Dhoni as he managed to strike a half-century for the first time in three seasons and looked like having fun on the ground. Unfortunately for Jadeja, his tenure as the CSK leader started with a loss but with the kind of roster he has around him and Dhoni’s mastermind available at his service, there is no doubt that the reigning champions will bounce back sooner than imagined. View the full article
  4. With the 2022 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) scheduled to begin in less than 10 days, the soon-to-be chief executive of Cricket South Africa Pholetsi Moseki has opened up about the positive impact of the tournament on the careers and future of the various South Africa players who get picked by one of the 10 franchises. Over the course of time, a lot of international critics have said that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) have been throwing their weight around the International Cricket Council and influencing the bilateral schedules of international teams in order to fit in the IPL nicely within their calendars so that the best of the players from all over the world are available to play. Mickey Arthur has suggested England players to stop participating in IPL to improve their Red Ball game. — Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) February 16, 20222 months is way too long for IPL every year. It should either be one month long or played every other year. — R (@_rivj) March 13, 2022They are making a big mistake by increasing the number of teams & matches in #IPL. Money is big but the motivation to win & quality of cricket will eventually go down. More foreign players will pull-out. Tournament is too long. — Arslan (@ArslanTahir) March 11, 2022The criticism grew stronger when two more franchises were included within the growing grasp of the league which meant that the duration of the tournament was also going to increase, leaving even less time for other bilateral series to take place globally. Moseki, on the other hand, has moved beyond these issues of calling out the Indian T20 league about how long it is going to be from the 2022 season onwards. There isn’t any sort of criticism that is coming out of his mouth regarding the tournament or the Indian cricket board, because of one simple reason - the financial sustainability of the South African players. English players pulling out from the IPL citing bubble-fatigue issues…after making themselves available knowing fully well what they were signing up for…might make the IPL teams skeptical about looking in their direction in the future. — Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) March 11, 2022 As the next leader of all of the cricket in South Africa, one of the major concerns for Moseki would be to generate enough money for their top-tier players. The kind of sums that these athletes earn within a single season of the IPL is often good enough to set them up for life and the CSA executive is thankful for that. Many of the cricketers who decided to not play for their national teams only to appear in the IPL have also been called out for choosing money over patriotism but Moseki sees absolutely no problem with it. “The amount of money players make at the IPL is good for their post-cricket careers and livelihoods. It's a delicate balance. The players take playing for the country very seriously. So if a player goes to the IPL [instead of turning out for the national team] it doesn't mean they think less of the country or they are less patriotic," he said in a press conference on Wednesday while defending the players for going to the league to secure a nice life for their families and themselves. View the full article
  5. Have you ever tried watching a live sport, while your Television set is on mute? We bet you have. Well, you are not the only one. Most of us have tried it at some point of time but never liked it. Watching a game on mute kills the whole experience. As much as we love to watch the action unfold in the middle, we also cherish the voices that describe the whole proceedings. © iStock It’s not an exaggeration when we say if live action is the heart of any sport, then live commentary is its soul. It’s difficult for one to exist without the other. To provide the audience with top-notch experience, it is important that they get the best of both worlds. In countries like England, even the spectators, who travel to the ground, now get to hear the live commentary through an earpiece. © iStock Not just players’ performances, we have seen fans complaining about the commentary skills of various individuals. The amount of complaints the fans make about the poor commentators just goes on to show how much they care about this aspect of the game, which nobody seems to care about. © iStock We always love the kind of segments the official broadcasters in other countries produce during the pre-, mid- and post-match shows. Their analysis always makes us wonder why can’t it be done in India. After all, the BCCI is the most affluent cricket board in the world and is responsible for producing the majority of world cricket’s revenue. The difference between countries like England, Australia and South Africa is that there they get to choose their panel of experts whereas in India, the commentators are picked by the Indian cricket board itself. © iStock To present an objective analysis of the game, it’s important that they leave their bias at home and don’t shy away from calling a spade a spade. It’s important that they don’t have to weigh their words before opening their mouths. But under this sort of arrangement, it’s quite impossible to get this fear out of their head. We have seen what happened to Harsha Bhogle. One of the most popular cricket commentators in the country was sacked by the BCCI for saying things that some of the top players didn’t like during the 2016 T20 World Cup. Nothing to add https://t.co/8rBel3vw4o — Mahendra Singh Dhoni (@msdhoni) March 23, 2016 Bhogle’s comments had not gone down well with Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan as well as former skipper MS Dhoni and they had registered their objection on social media. For many years, the cricket lovers have been demanding the BCCI to reform their policy and make it more inclusive and transparent, where experts are not afraid of speaking their mind. © iStock Recently, a cricket show host and comedian Vikram Sathaye posted a tweet urging the BCCI to stop appointing commentators and leave the decision to the host broadcasters. He added that picking and choosing commentators should not be BCCI’s prerogative and they should focus their energy on the players welfare and development of sport in the country. The one reform that needs to happen is BCCI should not appoint commentators . That has to be the broadcasters prerogative . I don’t think anywhere in world this happens , I am sure they have their own reasons but doesn’t seem right ! — Vikram Sathaye (@vikramsathaye) February 21, 2022 “The one reform that needs to happen is BCCI should not appoint commentators. That has to be the broadcasters prerogative. I don’t think anywhere in world this happens, I am sure they have their own reasons but doesn’t seem right!” Sathaye tweeted. The cricket aficionados in the country also registered their strong views on the matter. Majority of the people found it absurd that the BCCI was still appointing commentators based on its liking. Absolutely agree! We need to have good analysts and story tellers of the game. Not only BCCI cheerleaders — Mithilesh Nichkaode (@nichkaode) February 21, 2022In the US, the broadcasters pick the commentators. But there have been instances of commentators being barred by sports bodies or tournaments. For instance, Gary McCord was banished from the Masters for making comments that the tournament organizers didn’t like. — Kittu Kolluri (@kittukolluri) February 21, 2022Agree with you after a long time. BCCI runs this like a Sarkari scheme for commentators. — Aniket Jaiswal (@aniketjazz) February 21, 2022Agreed. Does not make any sense why @BCCI should get involved in it at all — Pradeep Hardikar (@PradeepHardikar) February 21, 2022It is nothing but stifling dissent. Harsha Bhogle had to bear the brunt of their intolerance. — Rajesh mudras (@MudrasRajesh) February 21, 2022The only way to improve the standard of cricket broadcasting is by allowing the broadcasters to pick their own panel of experts who have full freedom to share their opinions without being afraid of anyone. View the full article
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