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12 October, 2018 00:00 00 AM

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Bangladesh U-19 coach aims to create winning-culture

Sports Reporter

Bangladesh Under-19 coach Naveed Nawaz stressed on the needs to build up a winning-culture from the aged level alongside creating a healthy pipeline for the country’s cricket.

He said if the players continue to be in winning-mode from their tender age, it would help them to fight for victory even in a critical situation when they get into the senior. “Creating pipeline for the senior team is BCB’s main agenda but I think we should build result-oriented culture.

Win the game and creating winning-culture is very important as it would give them confidence from the very tender age,” Nawaz said yesterday.

When his intention is to create a winning-mode, Nawaz also said adjusting with alien condition is the key to build a good career in future. His comment came in the wake of the sub-continent batsmen’s vulnerability in the condition in South Africa, Australia, England and New Zealand.

Since the next Under-19 World Cup will be held in South Africa in 2020, Nawaz would like to give his student an exposure in those conditions.

“The good thing is that we have many series coming up ahead of the World Cup. Traditionally the players of the sub-continent struggle in the condition in Australia, New Zealand, England and South Africa,” he said.

“So we are going to play in England in the next summer. We have home and away series against New Zealand. I also think we will get exposure in Australia and South Africa ahead of the series. So it’s important to cope with this condition, not for only the Under-19 World Cup. If they can adjust them well in those conditions, it will help them in future also.”

But the first thing is that Nawaz wants success in Sri Lanka, a country in which his charges will play five youth ODIs and two four-day matches.

“The series is a platform for them to gain experience. Hopefully we’ll come out winner and more experienced side.” The youth team will leave the country on Saturday for Sri Lanka.

 

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