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BCB says Board has no credit rather on to the stuff and players

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When will BCB rectify their jokes?

CRICDOT DESK : Bangladesh has won a historic series on South African soil. After winning the first ODI by 36 runs, they won the last ODI by a huge margin of 9 wickets. After winning this great series, neither BCB president Nazmul Hasan Papon nor his board took any credit.

Facing the media on Thursday, he gave full credit to the cricketers, coaching staff and team management of the Bangladesh team.

BCB President Papun said, “The board has no credit for this victory. All the credit goes to the cricketers and the coaching staff. The board has just gone with their support. Those who were on the board before are still there. How many new ones have arrived? Nothing can be changed. ‘

BCB boss Papon has announced a cash prize of Tk 3 crore for the cricketers and coaching staff of the Bangladesh team. “I have talked to almost all of them,” he said. They asked for rewards, and we gave them. We have a culture where they are rewarded for doing something for the first time. I have given before. In the future, if they win in South Africa, they will not get any more prizes. ‘

However, some new faces have come to the board and some changes have also taken place, said Papun, the president of the board. “The new face actually comes with some new plans,” he said. Which can be implemented. Work can be started with new initiatives. Besides, the committees have been reconstituted. This has given some extra speed to the work. If you stay in one position for a long time, you get bored a lot of times. ‘

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Regarding the victory of the Bangladesh team, he said, the previous goal was to win against the strong team at home. Then the goal of winning the series has been set. Now the team plans to win matches and series outside the country. He thinks there is still a lot of work to be done. Bangladesh is still not a good team in Test and T20 format. However, he said that the Test series against South Africa should be won.

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