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Shaun Tait expresses desire to be Bangladesh’s bowling coach

Shaun Tait


CRICDOT DESK : Otis Gibson got the responsibility of bowling coach of Bangladesh national team when he came to coach in BPL. This time, Shaun Tait has expressed interest in showing himself in his vacant post by walking his path.

Coming to work as a bowling coach in the BPL, the former Australian fast bowler is also keeping an eye on the responsibility of bowling coach in Bangladesh.

When he came to work for Chittagong Challengers in BPL, he turned to the lucrative job of BCB.

Tait was known around the world for his speed in playing Australian cricket. He is one of the three fast bowlers in history to be able to bowl at a speed of one hundred miles. Although he started his international career in 2005, he did not prosper much. After leaving the game in 2016, this fast bowler turned his attention to coaching.

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He recently worked as Afghanistan’s pace bowling coach in the T20 World Cup. This time he came to BPL to work for Chittagong. After two days of practice in Bangladesh, Tait Sojasapta expressed his interest in talking to the media, ‘Of course I am interested in becoming a pace bowling coach. They have time, of course, to decide who to choose. But of course it would be great for me if I got the responsibility.

The Chittagong team is getting several young fast bowlers to work for Tait. There are Shariful Islam, Mukidul Islam Mughdha, Rezaur Rahman Rajara. He is thrilled with the future of Bangladesh after seeing these young pacers. He said that young fast bowlers and cricketers are still emerging in Bangladesh cricket. The next 5-6 years are going to be exciting for Bangladesh cricket.

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