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Ravi Shastri: What he said, really meant and definitely didn’t


Ravi Shastri sanctifies the dressing room and makes it a holy shrine.

What he said:

“For me, sitting in the dressing room is all about pride. This room is like a mosque, temple, gurdwara, church, you name it. It’s a sacred place.”

The Indian team director, Ravi Shastri, is quite clear that the team dressing room should be off-limits.

He added:

“When you’re playing for your country, there are just 14 or 15 players there and you should know what that means. I’m a big one for understanding and preserving the sanctity of the dressing room. When I enter it, my hair stands on end. The day I finished playing cricket I never went into the dressing room. That’s why I also believe no one – barring the players – should be allowed in unless he has a good reason to be there.”

What he really meant:

“No sneaking girl-friends or bookies into the dressing room either, chum. “

What he definitely didn’t:

 “All this came to me after meditating heavily.Where else, but in the dressing room!”

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About LINUS FERNANDES

I have been an IT professional with over 12 years professional experience. I'm an B.Sc. in Statistics, M.Sc in Computer Science (University of Mumbai) and an MBA from the Cyprus International Institute of Management. I'm also a finance student and have completed levels I and II of the CFA course. Blogging is a part-time vocation until I land a full-time position. I am also the author of three books, Those Glory Days: Cricket World Cup 2011, Best of Googli Hoogli and Poems: An Anthology, all available on Amazon Worldwide.

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