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JohannC
JohannC

The real issue is that Faf (or is it now JP ?) is the T20 captain. Faf is really not an unqualified success as a T20 player, and Hashim is also not ideally suited to T20's either - although both are trying hard.Only AB is truly world-class in all 3 formats. Accordingly perhaps AB should have been captain of the T20 squad, and Hashim should have been appointed captain of both the Test & ODI-sides. Early signs are in any case that Hashim will be very successful as captain of the Test side, which indicates that he should be able to accomplish the same with the ODI side, a format in which he has a tremendous track record as a batter. Another option would have been to give AB the reigns of both the ODI & T20 sides. These latter 2 alternatives each has its own merit. However, Mr Keohane, the issue of having the same captain across all formats is not as simple as you make it to be, although having  3 captains (or is it now 4 ?) across the 3 formats is surely as questionable.  

Keith Patterson
Keith Patterson

We have the most number of politicians, so what's the problem with the most captains??