Dravid Best Man To Lead In 2007 World Cup
Rahul Dravid 's ascension to the throne got the approval of general public with 52 percent of respondents in a poll across the metros of Delhi, Mumbaiand Kolkata wanting him to lead the country the in 2007 World Cup( WC)
Deposed Indian Captain Sourav Ganguly comes in second with thirty three percent wanting him back for the coveted job according to the STAR News -€ Nielson poll. The prince of Kolkata though gets overwhelming support in his city with 58 percent wanting him to lead the country in the world cup.
The southpaw could also take heart from the fact that 78 percent of the respondents want him to be in the world cup team as a player if not as the skipper while Dravid gets 99 percent votes. The opinion is though divided whether coach Greg Chappell treated Ganguly in the right way with 48 percent saying yes and 47 percent no. Mumbai is largely confused while Delhi comes out in support of Chappell and Kolkata rooting for the left hander . The experiments with bludgeoning in new comers in the team also got a thumbs up from the respondents with majority believeing the new look Indian team can win the World Cup.
Fiftyeight percent believe this team can win the cup with 24 percent responding in the negative while VVS Laxman seems to be out of favour with just 46 percent respondents wanting him in the team.