The Tribune Spectrum
Sunday, March 5, 2000

Sachin Tendulkar: At odds with AzharWhy did Sachin quit?
Abhijit Chatterjee gives you the reasons

THE job of the captain of the Indian cricket team has always been a crown of thorns. Right from the time of Lala Amarnath, Sunil Gavaskar, Bishen Singh Bedi, Kapil Dev to Mohammad Azharuddin, controversies have dogged all the captains. But they were all mature enough to understand that the performance of the team could be as good as the members of the team. And when these captains were eased out of the hot seat, they had very little to complain about.

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