Dhoni still has a lot to offer, says Dravid
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"It's a process of communication and negotiation with selectors, coaches, working on some of the skill-sets of some of the bowlers and young batsmen coming through on what is required in a year's time. So while he has a micro view of what needs to be done in these (home) series, he needs to discuss with the selectors about the kind of players he wants in South Africa and entrust them with the job of actually finding those players in domestic cricket," Dravid said.
He also saw Virat Kohli as a future captain, provided he was able to extend the success he has had for another year.
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