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    Do you think Dhoni is a born leader

    Dhoni is the most successful Indian captain. He had won the T20 world cup 2007 and ICC cricket world cup 2011. He is called as captain cool and always praised for his field palcings in important matches. He has control over all the members in the India crcket team.
    Do you think Dhoni is a born leader?
  • #3892
    hai friend,
    I don't think so Dhoni is not a born leader.Experience made man perfect that's way the dhoni reach that position.

    Also He had a good listing capacity to listen there team members what they need and what they don't need.

    He have good communication skill to communicate the team and board.To make a player feel really good and motivate to you can do.

    And also he have a Cool attitude to face the failures and how we met the failures analysis then how can avoide the next match.

    This things are the main reason so really 10000000000 thanks to Dhoni.

    I like the Dhoni Cool attitude all guys follow that cool attitude to achive many things in life.

    Regards
    Maiyappan @ Tamil
    Enjoy Every Second In Life

  • #4600
    hai friend,
    The most interesting question to be answered.yes,MR.M.S.Dhoni is merely a born leader because no match performance and with only moderate strike rate and cool captainship made him to get the title "born leader"



    with regards
    jenish.j

  • #4612
    I think Dhoni hardly earned the position with his restless hard work and foreseen ability.
    imagination rules the world - Albert Einstein.

  • #4619
    Dhoni is a leader. But I cannot say that he is a born leader. The ground work done by Ganguly paved way for Dhoni to become a successful captain. Ganguly was better captain. Nowadays, Dhoni has got lot of options. He can pick players of his choice from a vast talent pool available. During Ganguly's days options were limited. Still, he managed to become a successful captain. Of course, Dhoni is a cool headed captain. Dhoni is praised because of his mental strength and co-operation from team mates.

  • #4634
    hi,

    History is littered with examples of abysmal leaders: Edward II and Henry VI were catastrophically bad English Kings, Gordon Brown a dismal Prime Minister, and in cricket Ian Botham was a particularly poor England captain.

    MS Dhoni is an entirely different case. Put simply, the Indian captain is a born leader.

    Many thought him a brash and unlikely captain when he replaced Anil Kumble as skipper across all formats, but they have been proved comprehensively wrong.

    Leadership has matured Dhoni. His own performances have been generally of a high standard, and the positive impact he has had on his troops is obvious. For one, India have developed a resilience that was hitherto non-existent.

    He had already captained India to the inaugural World T20 crown in South Africa in 2007 and since then led them to the number one ranking in Test cricket; he even captained Chennai Super Kings to the IPL crown in 2010.

    But have no doubt, trying to lead India to the World Cup in their own country was his biggest task yet.

    Every move, word or action he has made over the last six weeks has been scrutinised by a critical Indian press and one billion fervent supporters.

    Promoting himself above Yuvraj Singh in the batting order in yesterday's final was an extremely bold move. The game was in the balance and Yuvraj had been the Player of the Tournament - already winning four man of the match awards. Dhoni's own form with the bat had been scratchy.

    But good leaders take responsibility. And that is exactly what Dhoni did. He played himself in and then launched into his trademark flamboyant strokeplay. In the end, it was fairly routine for India and the six that finished the game was clearly a tremendous release for Dhoni.

    Bruce Springsteen was born to run, Dhoni is emphatically born to lead.


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