Harsha on right line
One can always rely on Harsha to bring the voice of sanity to any hype-ridden issue. On the much heated player's burnout debate, his take is simple - its not about the number of matches, play as much as possible, but about the scheduling or spacing between matches and series.
“The less space, left for the players between the two series to rejuvenate and unwind themselves is the main factor responsible for their burning out,” Bhogle said.
“Irrespective of the number of matches, the players need a proper break to prepare themselves for the task ahead,”
And, on the Ganguly debate, he had this to say
Bhogle evaded a question on Sourav Ganguly’s future in the Indian team saying, ‘a number of people have said a lot of things about him while some comments have also been twisted making things difficult for him (Sourav). Whatever feelings I have, it is there in my heart’.Obviously, one can expect a lot of common sense from him as well :-)