Originally Posted by BengaliPagol
But there are better players that you could ask ie Tendulkar, Dravid or Clarke.
He talked to Clarke and Ganguly also when at Pune. Also Jaffer might have not been a great Test player, but he's got an FC average of a 50 and has 44 centuries.
Also again just because your a great player, doesn't mean you'll be great in giving advice. That's just a false notion and again goes back to the point that only great players will be great coaches which isn't the case at all. If Jaffer gave good advice to Tamim then that's great. He should get all the advice he can and try to implement that on the pitch.