It was only along expected lines. The partnership could not have continued, with so many glaring differences. With Greg Chappell's resignation comes an end to a very eventful and, of late, unsavoury chapter in Indian cricket.
Till the very end, the Indian coach did not agree that he was a part of the bunch that failed at the World Cup and only continued to play the blame game. If the attitude of the players was not up to the mark, he should have made a point about that before the World Cup and not after the debacle in the
The rift and the so-called divide between the seniors and juniors could have been averted (if at all there was one). Chappell should have addressed these problems, or reported it to the BCCI as and when it happened. Using things to his convenience after a bad result does not talk highly of a person who did almost everything as a player and captain right, except instruct his younger brother to bowl underarm to ensure victory at all costs.
It was a mixed bag as far results are concerned in the last 22 months, but the team at the moment is an insecure lot and for the boys to regroup might take some time. But the advantage is the next assignment is against
There were other small matters that surrounded the world of cricket when