The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has appointed former India all-rounder Sridharan Sriram as their head coach for the upcoming Asia Cup 2022 and the T20 World Cup down beneath in October-November. The information has been formally confirmed by a BCB director who had confirmed Sriram’s appointment for the teaching place.
On the identical time, the BCB has additionally made it clear that they haven’t axed coach Russell Domingo and he would proceed to be related to guiding the Bangladesh gamers in red-ball cricket as they gear as much as host India in a two-match Take a look at collection this November. The Asia Cup 2022 kicks off on August 27, with Sri Lanka dealing with Afghanistan within the curtain-raiser. Bangladesh start their marketing campaign in opposition to Afghanistan on August 30 at Sharjah.
We now have chosen Sridharan Sriram up till the World Cup: BCB Director
“Sure, now we have chosen Sriram up till the World Cup,” stated a BCB director as quoted by ‘The Every day Star’.
“As we’re shifting ahead with a recent mindset, the brand new coach can be seen from the Asia Cup onwards. And because the T20 World Cup is our foremost goal, he (a brand new coach) won’t get time to adapt if he isn’t recruited from the Asia Cup. Many might say that there’s not a lot left for the Asia Cup. Nevertheless, as I stated, our foremost focus is the T20 World Cup,” he added.
Sriram couldn’t obtain fame and fortune as a participant for the Indian group as he solely performed eight One Day Internationals between 2000 to 2004. Inconsistent performances, in addition to a cut-throat competitors within the early 2000s, meant that the Tamil Nadu cricketer was utterly neglected by the selectors in addition to the group administration after a degree time.
Together with his cricketing profession not clicking, Sriram tried to be related to the sport as a coach. The truth is, he had served as Australia’s assistant and spin-bowling coach for a substantial period of time. He was the Aussies’ spin bowling coach when former all-rounder and two-time World Cup winner Darren Lehmann was on the helm of affairs as the pinnacle coach.