బాధ్యత మన జీవితాల్లో కొన్ని సమయంలో మాకు అన్ని కోసం ఒక సవాలు ఉంది. మాకు కొన్ని యువ అభివృద్ధి, కొన్ని చాలా అన్ని వద్ద అది సంగ్రహించడంలో కనిపిస్తుంది ఎప్పుడూ. లైఫ్ పరిస్థితులలో సహాయం లేదా మాకు ఆటంకపరుస్తుంది, మార్గం వెంట కొన్ని అదృష్టం గా. సెలబ్రిటీలు, పబ్లిక్ ఫిగర్స్ అదే సవాళ్ళను ఎదుర్కొనే మేము అన్ని ముఖం, కానీ వారు ప్రతి ఒక్కరూ చెయ్యవచ్చు ప్రజల దృష్టిలో దీన్ని (మరియు చేస్తుంది) వాటిని నిర్ధారించడం. కీర్తి మరియు డబ్బు త్రో మరియు సవాలు అన్ని పెద్ద గెట్స్. తప్పులు జరిగే మరియు అప్పుడు మా యువ బోనో lambaste వేచి కాకుండా, సహాయం మరియు వాటిని సిద్ధం చేయవచ్చు ఏదైనా ఉంది?
One area where cricket differs notably from many other team sports is the management structure. The England team have coaches, they have a captain, and then there are the selectors. Other international sides have similar arrangements. The responsibilities are shared between multiple parties. In some ways this is a good thing — the team captain has significant responsibilities which enhances their standing and their authority on the pitch. Other sports have the coaches, and the captain, but they usually have a single key figure of responsibility — the manager. The closest figure in cricket would seem to be the chair of selectors, but this seems to me to be a role that comes with lots of power and precious little accountability. Is the current system really the best? How might cricket teams benefit from a “manager”, and what might the role of a manager be? I’ll try to make the case for introducing a manager for the England cricket team and see if I can persuade you.
I’ve felt for quite some time that the England management setup isn’t based on a rational analysis of what would work best, but is simply based on historical precedent. The current arrangements seems to me to have the following significant problems
- A disjointed “committee” approach that obscures responsibility
- No-one taking responsibility when things off the pitch go wrong, instead players are left to deal with issues themselves
- A lot of responsibilities on the captain, when the captain should be focused on their individual performance, and team tactics on the pitch
The first issue is evidenced by some inexplicable choices in selection — for example when Simon Kerrigan was prematurely picked against Australia, was utterly demoralised by being smashed around the park, and hasn’t seen international cricket since.
The second issue is evidenced by a long catalogue of issues with players mental health and players behaviour. In recent years there has been the premature retirement from international cricket of several leading players including Marcus Trescothick, Jonathan Trott, గ్రేమ్ స్వాన్. There have also been issues with player behaviour off the pitch including Freddie Flintoff (Pedalo-gate), ఆండర్సన్ & Broad urinating on the pitch, మరియు ఇటీవల బెన్ స్టోక్స్ ఒక నైట్ క్లబ్ లో ఒక అల్లరి లో చేరి. And on top of these there has been the Kevin Pieterson affair which has contrived to deprive England of the best batsman of his time.
The last issue may seem less significant with Joe Root looking promising in the role, and his predecessor Captain Cook opting to continue playing despite losing the captaincy. ఆండ్రూ స్ట్రాస్ తొందరపాటే రిటైర్, and his form as an opener suffered from the demands as captaincy. అదే మైఖేల్ వాఘన్ కోసం చెప్పబడింది చాలా. Asking an opening batsman/captain to go out for the toss, and then do media interviews, instead of preparing for their innings, would be unthinkable in other sports.
I believe that having a mature and experience figurehead could be effective in managing these sorts of issues to the long term benefit of the team. The most obvious example to start with is one of the most effective and famed managers of modern times, retired football manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
Taking each of the issues above, let’s ask if that issue or something similar is likely to have occurred amongst the Manchester United players during the 27 years that Ferguson was manager? తరువాత, యొక్క దీర్ఘ కాలం పని ఎలా అడగండి తెలపండి, and how successful the team was afterwards.
1. మానసిక ఆరోగ్య
The simple rules of averages suggest that numerous players must have had mental health issues whilst playing for Ferguson. The pressure and fame would be comparable to playing for England. The criticism from the press and public could be even more relentless. The important record though is that there is no suggestion that any players retired prematurely under Ferguson due to mental health problems. On the contrary — superstars like David Beckham and Christiano Ronaldo have gone on public record to describe Ferguson as a “Father figure” that they could approach for help with any issue inside or outside of football. Who would an England cricketer approach as a Father figure in the current setup?
2. మరో ప్రక్క
Ferguson was rightly renowned for his approach to managing off-the-pitch behaviour. The very best players want to be the best, మరియు అతను వారు ఆ సాధించడానికి వెళ్ళి ఉంటే అది వారికి స్పష్టం చేశారు, వారు నివసించడానికి కలిగి నియమాలు ఉన్నాయి. In the early days there were some players who didn’t toe the line. Ferguson set a clear example in the early days with the drinking culture and sold 2 of United’s top players Norman Whiteside & పాల్ మెక్ గ్రాత్. He later intervened with a young Ryan Giggs who chose to follow the rules and had a record setting career.
3. గేమ్ దృష్టి సారించడం
No matter what happened on or off the pitch, Ferguson protected his players in public. Players could give interviews after the match, and were given needed media training. Overall responsibility lay with the manager and he would share that out in a way that he felt wouldn’t distract players from their number 1 job — winning games. Responsibility for strategies, tactics and training was also distributed from the manager to others.
A manager role for cricket would of course be different from that in football. The players seem to be more mature, మీడియా కొట్టవచ్చినట్లు చాలా కఠినమైన కాదు, and the team have a different pattern of being together. There are also long tours abroad which footballers don’t have to deal with. There should be a greater role for the captain than in football, one of the things that is better about the current cricket system. None of these differences makes the role significantly more challenging to implement than in football.
I believe that with a “father figure” manager England could rapidly become the world number 1 వైపు. The players would have clearer boundaries to help them avoid mistakes in their private lives, a “father figure” to support them with the demands of being a public figure and other life challenges, a “protector” from the harsh glare of the modern media, and more time to spend on their training and playing.
మీ స్వంత కొన్ని ఆలోచనలు వచ్చింది? వ్యాఖ్యానిం క్రింద మీరు మునిగిపోతారు! మీరు చందా చెయ్యాలనుకుంటే, దయచేసి కుడి ఎగువ మెనులో చందా లింక్ ను ఉపయోగించండి. మీరు కూడా క్రింద సామాజిక లింకులు ఉపయోగించి మీ స్నేహితులతో భాగస్వామ్యం చేయవచ్చు. చీర్స్.