Paddy Upton revealed MS Dhoni had provide you with a singular thought to make sure that his teammates weren’t late for any crew conferences and coaching.
MS Dhoni, who led the Indian cricket crew to success at many events, constructed a basis for a great dressing room in his preliminary days of captaincy, revealed former India psychological conditioning coach Paddy Upton. In line with Paddy Upton, former India captain MS Dhoni had provide you with a singular thought to make sure that his teammates weren’t late for any crew conferences and coaching. “When I joined the team, Anil Kumble was the captain of the Test team and MS Dhoni was the captain of the ODI team. We had a very self-governing process. So we said to the team ‘is it important to be on time for the practice and team meetings?’ Everyone said yes it is,” Upton mentioned throughout a media occasion in Kolkata.
“So we asked them if anyone is not on time is there anything one should give up? We discussed it amongst ourselves and the players, and eventually it was left to the captain to decide,” he added.
Upton mentioned that whereas Kumble concluded that each latecomer needs to be fined Rs 10,000, Dhoni recommended for a fair larger punishment and mentioned that if a participant was late, the remainder of the aspect would pay up Rs 10,000 every.
“In the Test team, Anil Kumble said that the consequence would be a ten thousand rupees fine which the person who was late would have to pay. And then we had the same conversation with the one day team and there also MS (Dhoni) said that ‘yes there should be a consequence. So if somebody is late, everybody will pay 10,000 rupees fine!’ Nobody was ever late from the one day team again,” Upton mentioned.
Uptom additionally praised Dhoni for his calmness and mentioned: “His real strength is his calmness and composure, regardless of the situation of the game. Being such a strong leader, using his level-headedness in tough situations, he gives the other players permission to remain calm and composed.”
“That I think is the real strength that he has,” he added.
(With IANS inputs)