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BCB expects Chandika to come to Dhaka very soon

Sports Reporter

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) CEO Nizam Uddin Chowdhury on Tuesday said that the head coach of the Bangladesh cricket team will soon come back here in Dhaka.

It is learnt that the communication being held with Chandika Hathurusingha from the board following the matter of his sudden resignation.

After the end of the over month-long tour in South Africa that was finished with shocking drubbing across the formats, the head coach took off for Australia to meet with his family not to back in Dhaka.

“Many talks are being held over the head coach issue. We communicated with him from the board.

Hopefully he will soon come in Bangladesh,” said Nizam Uddin.

“We will then talk with him. But if he does not stay with us, we will not force him to work with us. But we got some stunning successes during his tenure that we admit without hesitation,” Chowdhury told media.

When asked about the limit to players’ participation in foreign T20 league, the BCB CEO said that they have formulated it keeping our key players available for their international assignments.

“We want the betterment of our players. We have planned to formulate the rule for the sake of the players so that they mostly our key players could play their international games without scare free,” he said.

“They are our key assets. So, we have to ensure their availability. Along with this, they have to keep fit for the games. Actually considering these things in mind we have taken the decision,” he also said.

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