Champaka Ramanayake appointed as bowling coach for SA series
CRICDOT DESK : The post of pace bowling coach of Bangladesh national cricket team is vacant at the moment. The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has not yet appointed anyone to the post following the departure of Otis Gibson. Afghanistan series ahead. No one is going to be found before him. In such a situation, Champaka Ramanayake is going to take charge as the emergency pace bowling coach for the Afghan series.
This was stated by the national team director and BCB director Khaled Mahmud Sujon on Thursday (February 10). Champaka Ramanayake has been associated with Bangladesh cricket for a long time. He is basically working as the coach of BCB’s High Performance Unit (HP). This time BCB wants to associate this Sri Lankan with the national team.
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Khaled Mahmood Sujan said, “I am trying to bring Champaka for the shadow team. It is better to be able to use it in the national team. We don’t want to rush. Haste is never good. ‘
He added, ‘Champaka has been working here (Bangladesh) for a long time. As many young pacers have come out, they have trained with Champakar at different times, so they know their background. So the current (Afghan series) may be a small solution. ‘