1. I think MS Dhoni is past his best: Roger Binny  Times of India
  2. MS Dhoni has lost a bit of fitness, is past his best: Former BCCI selector  Hindustan Times
  3. Didn’t have any arguments with MS Dhoni, was excellent to work with him: Former India selector Roger Binny  India Today
  4. MS Dhoni past his best, has lost a bit of fitness: Former Team India all-rounder ahead of IPL 13  Times Now
  5. MS Dhoni "Past His Best", Needs to Pave Way for Youngsters, Feels Former Selector  News18
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Cricket News: Former India cricketer and selector Roger Binny feels wicket-keeper batsman MS is past his prime now and that is evident from the way he has been playCricket News: Former India cricketer and selector Roger Binny feels wicket-keeper batsman MS is past his prime now and that is evident from the way he has been play

I think MS Dhoni is past his best: Roger Binny | Cricket News - Times of India

A member of India’s 1983 World Cup-winning squad, Binny makes his point based of what he’s seen of Dhoni in the past couple of years and is convinced that India’s most successful ODI captain is ‘past his best.’A member of India’s 1983 World Cup-winning squad, Binny makes his point based of what he’s seen of Dhoni in the past couple of years and is convinced that India’s most successful ODI captain is ‘past his best.’

MS Dhoni has lost a bit of fitness, is past his best: Former BCCI selector - cricket - Hindustan Times

Former BCCI selector Roger Binny was full of praise for MS Dhoni as captain but stated that he should start thinking about giving way to youngsters in the national team.Former BCCI selector Roger Binny was full of praise for MS Dhoni as captain but stated that he should start thinking about giving way to youngsters in the national team.

Didn’t have any arguments with MS Dhoni, was excellent to work with him: Former India selector Roger Binny - Sports News

In a bold claim by a former selector, MS Dhoni is past his best and now needs to pave way for the younger generation. 1983 World Cup winner Roger Binny is of the opinion that Dhoni, based on his performances in the last couple of years, is not the same impact player, that he used to be earlier. In a bold claim by a former selector, MS Dhoni is past his best and now needs to pave way for the younger generation. 1983 World Cup winner Roger Binny is of the opinion that Dhoni, based on his performances in the last couple of years, is not the same impact player, that he used to be earlier.

MS Dhoni "Past His Best", Needs to Pave Way for Youngsters, Feels Former Selector

Ahead of MS Dhoni's return to cricket with IPL 2020, former Team India all-rounder Roger Binny feels the 39-year-old should make way for younger cricketes.Ahead of MS Dhoni's return to cricket with IPL 2020, former Team India all-rounder Roger Binny feels the 39-year-old should make way for younger cricketes.