Bangladesh Cricket Board Ends Head Coach Rhodes’ Contract

Bangladesh Cricket Board Ends Head Coach Rhodes’ Contract

Bangladesh Cricket Board Ends Head Coach Rhodes’ Contract

The BCB announced they ended the contract of head coach Steve Rhodes

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) announced they have ended head coach Steve Rhodes’ contract after 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup campaign failure. The Tigers finished in eighth place when they won 3 matches, lost 5, and had 1 washed out game.

“We have decided to part ways with the head coach by mutual consent. The decision will be effective immediately,” said BCB CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury in an interview with AFP.

BCB also announced that fast bowling coach Courtney Walsh and spin coach Sunil Joshi’s contracts will not be extended.

On another note, Bangladesh will travel to Sri Lanka to play three one-day international (ODI) matches on July 26, 28, and 31 at Premadasa International Stadium in Colombo.

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