Former India captain Rahul Dravid “picked” the Australian “brains” to create solid home construction which has served as a feeder line for his nation’s nationwide crew, one thing Australia is lacking badly, feels legendary Greg Chappell.
Chappell additionally stated that each India and England have overtaken Australia as the most effective aspect in recognising younger expertise and offering them a platform to succeed. “India have gotten their act collectively and that’s largely as a result of Rahul Dravid has picked our brains, seen what we’re doing and replicated it in India and with their a lot bigger base,” Chappell instructed cricket.com.au. He cautioned that proficient Australian cricketers would possibly discover their careers at crossroads due to the home construction.
“Historically, we’ve been among the best at growing younger gamers and maintaining them within the system, however I believe that’s modified within the final couple of years,” he stated.
“I’m seeing a bunch of younger gamers with nice potential who’re in limbo. That’s unacceptable. We can not afford to lose one participant.” The 72-year-old feels Australia has misplaced the bragging rights of calling themselves the most effective at expertise identification.
“I believe we’ve already misplaced our place as the most effective at figuring out expertise and bringing it although. I believe England are doing it higher than us now and India are doing it higher than us.”