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Tigers coaches uninterested to tour Pakistan

  • Published at 11:21 pm October 26th, 2019
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Bangladesh team’s five South African members - coach Russell Domingo, pace bowling coach Charl Langeveldt, batting consultant Neil McKenzie, fielding coach Ryan Cook and newly named physio Julian Calefato are said to have informed their intention to the BCB

The majority of the Bangladesh cricket team coaching staff are likely to pull their names off from the Tigers’ scheduled tour of Pakistan in February next year. 

The Tigers as per the Future Tours Program will play two Test matches and three T20Is against host Pakistan.

Media reports have revealed that head coach Russell Domingo and spin bowling consultant Daniel Vettori have shared their observations over traveling to Pakistan, a country that has been avoided by most cricketing nations due to security concerns since a heinous terrorist attack on the touring Sri Lankan cricket side back in 2009. 

However, Bangladesh strength and conditioning coach Mario Villavarayan, a Sri Lankan, is not uninterested to tour Pakistan.

Bangladesh team’s five South African members - coach Russell, pace bowling coach Charl Langeveldt, batting consultant Neil McKenzie, fielding coach Ryan Cook and newly named physio Julian Calefato are said to have informed their intention to the BCB. 

It is understood that team analyst Shrinivaas Chandrasekaran, an Indian citizen, will also be unavailable for the tour of Pakistan, along with spin bowling consultant Daniel Vettori, who joined the Tigers Friday.

"We are yet to have a formal discussion on this and when we have that, we can tell you more precisely about the whole situation," said BCB CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury to the media Saturday.

BCB currently has its national women’s team and U-16 side touring Pakistan following clearance from the government on security arrangements. 

However, women’s team head coach Anju Jain and her two colleagues, all hailing from India, refused to be part of the tour. 

BCB is yet to take a decision on sending its men’s team to tour Pakistan.


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