Chaminda Vaas is not considered for bowling coach role: BCB
CRICDOT DESK : There has been no pace bowling coach in the Bangladesh national cricket team for some time now. The BCB has not renewed its contract with Otis Gibson. Shawn Tait’s name was heard recently. But before the BCB appointed him, the Pakistan Cricket Board somehow ‘snatched’ Tait away.
Apart from this, the name of Sri Lankan legend pacer Chaminda Bhas is being heard. But who is actually being hired? The BCB has adopted a policy of ‘slow down’ with Chaminda Vaas, said Khaled Mahmood Sujon, the ‘team leader’ of the national team. He told reporters today. ‘Actually we don’t want to rush into this place. Haste work is not good. Chaminda Bhasa’s name is coming up … Chaminda was undoubtedly a very big bowler. But it is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Although he is coaching. Talking. But it would not be good to rush. This is my comment. ‘
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The time it will take to observe Vass’s coaching is clear from Sujan’s words. That is why the name of another Sri Lankan Champaka Ramanayake has been heard on Sujan’s face more than once as an interim coach, ‘Champaka has been working with Bangladesh bowlers for a long time. As far as the Young Stars are concerned, Champakar has worked with him at one time or another. So Champaka could be the solution for the short term at the moment. But for the long term, we want to take someone who will bring results for Bangladesh cricket. ‘