Team India: Sans Coach, Physio and a few players!


“No coach, no problem”, said Robin Singh on the eve of a long and arduous Team India tour of Great Britain. Team India did not appoint a coach thanks to a series of blundering steps by the committee which was tasked with managing the coach-selection-process. This farce then resulted in the appointment of septuagenarian Chandu Borde, as Team India Manager; a fact that precipitated much mirth and humour!

Meanwhile, while all of this has been happening in India, thanks to the rabble that was put together for the coach-selection-process, Sri Lanka quietly went about their business with clinical efficiency. After appointing Trevor Bayliss as Coach of the team, they have progressed even further. They are in the process of appointing Greg Blewett or Jonty Rhodes (or maybe both) as Bayliss’s support staff. I salute the focussed Sri Lankan approach.

Pakistan too went about its business in a professional manner. Three candidates were interviewed and the recommendation points to Dav Whatmore. However, the PCB is not making their decision final until both the potential appointee and the employer are satisfied with the terms and conditions.

Take note, Niranjan Shah!

Although Robin Singh, India’s fielding coach said, “no coach, no problem” when talking about the mess Indian cricket is in, one can’t but help wonder, “But what else can he say?”

Meanwhile, Team India physio, John Gloster has tripped on a boundary rope and fractured his hand! The team has called up London-based Nitin Patel as interim-cover for Gloster! Patel works as physio at the ECB cricket academy. India-A physio, Vaibhav Daga, is also on stand-by.

And as if all of this wasn’t enough, at least seven Team India players are reportedly down with a combination of cold-flu and fever. This includes ODI vice-captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni who missed the first match of the tour against Ireland!

What a terrific start to a long season!

— Mohan

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11 responses to “Team India: Sans Coach, Physio and a few players!

  1. West Indies cricket is in very bad shape – due to attitude of players and also the WI board is also inefficient. WI had to play to tour match with some local players, since they did not have a XI.

    From the present state of affairs, India is not far behind.

  2. The BCCI has lost all credibility with players, fans and sponsors. I am compelled to say it has become the laughing stock of the entire international cricketing fraternity. This new low does not surprise me any more. As long as the trio of Pawar, Shah and Modi are at the helm and the board is run like government organisation without the ‘A’ word things are not going to change.

    How about instigating a ‘No confidence’ motion against the BCCI?

    Question is who will bell the cat? (or should I say, dinosaur!). Not the fans as they are only interested in demonstrating their anger at players and are mostly oblivious to the total ineptness of the BCCI. Besides, as per the BCCI constitution such a step may not carry any legal weight apart from public humiliation (which of course the BCCI is immune to)

    The players association cannot be counted since historically nothing of any substance has come out of it in favour of the game or players.

    This is why I tend to support Subhash Chandra ‘s Indian Cricket League. Will the BCCI clean up its act or continue to be incompetent and kill the golden goose?

    I think the answer depends on the success of the Cricket League.

    – Vish

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  4. Somsankar Mukherjee

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    (Sub- requesting for a position in your institute as a clinical in-charge in Department of Physiotherapist)

    Sir,
    As I came to know that there are some vacancies in teaching sector as well in clinical sectors in your institute. I request you to give me an opportunity to serve this institute and to show my potentials for the cause of this institute

    I have perused my under-graduation (BPT- batch 2000-2006) and as well post graduation ( MPT-sport med batch-2006-2008 , result yet to be declared).
    My resume is enclosed herewith.

    Thanking you sir,

    Dated 21/12/2008
    kolkata

    Yours obedient,
    Som sankar Mukherjee,
    BPT,MIAP

    SOM SANKAR MUKHERJEE
    4/2K/117;SS.township, E-mail:muhherjee1981@yahoo.com
    Behala,Kolkata-700061, Telephone.no:033-24524669
    West Bengal,INDIA. Mobile no :9434065719
    Pass port no:G-1194260
    Dr.NTRUHS.Reg.no:0036029
    MIAP no:L-16684
    OBJECTIVES¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬______________________________________
    1.To obtain a position as a teacher where I can develop a confident and quality physios.
    2 To develop my own skill continuously in association with advance research work.
    3.To apply my knowledge and skill for the benefit of the sports person in particular and public in general.

    EDUCATION_______________________________________

    YEAR COURSE
    2000-2005 BACHELOR OF PHYSIOTHERAPY(4&1/2 YEARS) (REG.NO.0036029) from Dr.NTR University of health science, Vijayawada andhrapradesh.INDIA
    2006-08 MASTER OF PHYSIOTHERAPY (sports medicine) from Dr.NTR University of health science, Vijayawada andhrapradesh.INDIA. (waiting for results)

    INTERNSHIP DETAILS DURING BACHELOR OF PHYSIOTHERAPY

    SL.No Department Hospital/instruction
    1

    2

    3 Orthopedics,neurology,cardiology,general medicine, general surgery & physiotherapy-OPD

    Rehabilitation medicine

    Rehab camp-for physically and mentally handicapped person GSL General hospital, Rajahmundry

    Thakur hariprasad institute of C.P., Rajahmundry

    Thakur hariprasad institute of C.P., Rajahmundry

    PROJECT WORK & THESIS__________________________________

    Bachelor degree-project
    Physiotherapy for tennis elbow
    Master degree-thesis Effect of short term-KAATSU resisted exercises for sprint and jump performance in collegiate male track and field athletes.

    ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬
    WORK SHOP AND CONFERENCES PARTICIPATED
    Date Topic Instructor/place Instruction hrs
    23rd march to 22nd april-2006 Manual therapy techniques in spine and extremities Dr.K.M.sunil /Rajahmundry 54hrs
    7th-9th april 2006 Concept of manual medicine in cervical &lumbar dysfunction Dr.K.M.sunil /Rajahmundry 16HRS
    7TH JAN 2007 State level workshop on management of C.P.through NDT Dhruve Metha /Hydrabad 08 hrs
    27th-28th jan Concept of manual medicine in treatement of cervical and lumbar spinal disorder Justine Deskovich 16hrs
    28th- 29th april 2007 Movement therapy for hemiplegia-brunnstrom approach Dr.Thiagarajan O8hrs
    26th –Aug-2008 Advance Life Support-resuscitation skills Emergency Management and Research Institute
    by-Dr.Pradeep kumar,& Dr.G.V.R.Rao 08hrs

    CME PROGRAMS¬¬:______________________________

    Date Topic Instructor Instruction hrs
    10th December Rehabilitation medicine Dr.Sundar/chennai 08hrs
    17th December Peripheral neuropathy and its clinical implication

    Basics of mulligans mobilization tech

    Temperomandibular joint position release method Dr.Srinivas

    Dr.Naga sumanth

    Dr.K.V.Nagaraj

    08hrs
    19th-21st jan Current physiotherapy practice in intensive care unit Manipal college of allied health science

    24hrs

    Personal profile___________________________________

    Date of birth-1st December 1981
    Birth place-Raipur(M.P.)
    Nationality/religion-INDIAN/HINDU
    Marital status-un married
    Languages- fluent in English, Hindi, Bengali.
    Conversational-telegu

    Family profile___________________________________
    Father – SRI K.S.MUKHERJEE MA(SOCIOLOGY)LLB
    Sr.DIVISIONAL COMMERCIAL MANAGER (S.E.RLY)
    MOTHER-Smt. K.MUKHERJEE MA(SOCIOLOGY)
    HOUSE – WIFE
    BROTHER-D.S.MUKHERJEE
    2nd. YEAR MARINE ENGGINEERING STUDENT.

    DECLARATION¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬_____________________________________
    I SOLEMNLY AFFIRM THAT THE INFORMATION FURNISHED ABOVE IS TRUE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE.

    PLACE- KOLKATA YOURS OBEDIENTLY
    DATE- 21/12/2008 SOM SANKAR MUKHERJEE
    BPT;MIAP

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