Top cricbuzz prediction: BCB not going to preserve with cut up education coverage

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is unlikely to resume split coaching in the next few days. The reason is simple. The board believes it is not working well enough.

BCB introduced split coaching ahead of the Asia Cup T20 when he decided to hand over the reins of the T20 set-up to Sridharan Sriram. That meant eliminating Russell Domingo from the short format, and Russell Domingo’s performance on his T20Is didn’t impress the Big Boss much.

Domingo recently resigned from Test and his post as ODI head coach before ending his tenure leading up to his World Cup in India in 2023.

The BCB was impressed with the performance of Sriram in T20s but as Domingo resigned, it also raised questions over whether coaches for different formats will actually work in this part of the cricketing landscape.

BCB is currently working to replace Domingo but it is understood that they are also thinking of going back to the ‘one head coach’ policy rather than splitting the duties between two separate coaches.

“First of all we have to appoint our head coach. What we are planning is that we will sit with the head coach (after appointing him) and would like to know what he needs because he might have certain requirements and only after discussing everything with him we will finalize our plans (regarding the coaching panel),” BCB chief executive Nizamuddin Chowdhury told reporters on Thursday.

“Now we are having the BPL and after that we have series against England (at home) and we are trying to make sure that we can have our support staff before the England series and we are communicating with several candidates so that we can have the whole team management of the national team before the England series,” he said. Sriram recently came to Bangladesh to speak with BCB about his future in the national lineup, but nothing has been finalized yet.

A source close to the board confirmed to Cribbuzz that the board is looking into ways to include Sriram in the coaching setup. Perhaps it will be the post of assistant coach.

BCB officials involved in recruiting foreign coaching staff appear reluctant to accept that the former Indian cricketer may have to play fiddle to Bangladesh’s incoming head coach.

“This is not the case (Sriram has to play secondary to the head coach) but we want a head coach and there is so much cricket and his agent will one day manage the whole team. may have to

“All said and done. First they need to appoint a head coach, which is no easy task in franchise-based T20 cricket, but I can assure you that there are some big names on the list.

Cricbuzz believes former national team coach Chandika Hatulsinga will be the next head coach, although several other names have been contested, including Mike Hussey, Robin Singh, Mohammad Kaif and Lance Krusenaer. I believe it is the most likely candidate.

BCB also plans to introduce his program leader position to the director of his line of coaching in other regions of the world. Famous coach Tom Moody and former national team coach Richard Pybus are shortlisted.

Program managers are tasked with the idea of ​​bridging the gap between the national team and other units that are right behind the national team, such as the high performance unit and the Bangladesh Tigers programme.

“Suppose the national team needs a left-arm spinner.In that case, the program manager knows the program that will be implemented to form the pipeline of the national team and at that time either in the HP unit or in the Bangladesh Tigers program. We offer the best options available.

“It’s not the case today and that’s what makes things difficult, but knowing where and how the HP and Bangladesh Tigers program works makes things a lot easier,” he added. .

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