He doesn’t quite say that but in a piece called Two Wrongs, One Wright, Geoffrey Boycott opines on the foreign v Indian coach debate.
These are confusing times for the Indian cricket fan, and indeed, for the rest of us who have been watching developments in India post the team’s exit from the World Cup. In the swirling waters of what is now Indian cricket, one thing seems clear: the consensus is that a foreign coach can never really succeed in India because he will never make sense of the political and cultural issues involved.
That, in my opinion, is a load of bollocks.
p.s. The link is from the “Outlook” freespeech site and
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