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Akram khan to step down from his role in BCB!

Akram khan to step down from his role in BCB!


Bangladesh cricket operations chairman Akram khan reportedly stepping down from his position. As the speculation went about the negligence BCB put on him for the last copule of months. Source confirmed that he has submitted his papers officially for omitting him from his role.

Cricdot source have learned that before the T20 World Cup, Akram Khan was the active chairman of the cricket management department. The team’s failure in the World Cup also took away Akram’s decision-making ability like the coaching staff. The ICC trophy-winning captain is now a silent spectator. The national team-centric decisions were taken by a third person, Akram just signed the paper. He also went to BCB yesterday to perform the duties of chairman. After work, he left the board office silently. As if Akram’s protest without protest.


In 2012, the then ruling BCB blocked the way for cricketers to become directors in the name of amending the constitution. At that time, Akram became enterprising and re-established the rights of cricketers by meeting the Prime Minister. When interim president Nazmul Hasan Papun changed the provisions of the constitution, Akram Khan had the opportunity to become a director. Akram, who once took the initiative to protect his rights, was accused by his fellow cricketers of kicking him from behind in the country’s cricket field. BCB directors are also uneasy about this.

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A director, speaking on condition of anonymity told to cricdot that : “Several decisions have been made without informing Akram. The work could have been done by informing him as the chairman of the cricket management department. Akram flew from Dubai to Dhaka a few days after the national team returned home after playing the last match of the group against Australia in the World Cup. Before he arrived in the country, important decisions were made about the Pakistan series. A number of cricketers also went down to practice under team director Khaled Mahmood Sujan.

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