Who is the new bowling coach of Bangladesh team? That speculation finally came to an end. Former South African fast bowler Allan Donald has been appointed as the new bowling coach of the Bangladesh team. The issue of agreement with him came to the fore on Friday.
The post of bowling coach has been vacant in Bangladesh since Otis Gibson left. That place was filled by the Bangladesh Cricket Board with the legendary fast bowler Allan Donald of South Africa.
Jalal Yunus, chairman of the BCB's cricket operations department. "We have appointed Donald as the new bowling coach," he said. He will be working with us from the upcoming tour of South Africa. We have a contract with him until the T20 World Cup. '
That chair had been vacant for a long time after Otis Gibson, the pace bowling coach of the Bangladesh team, quit his job in the last New Zealand series. Then BCB started looking for a pace bowling coach. There were many names on the shortlist to fill the void left by Otis. Former Australian fast bowler Shaun Tait and Sri Lanka's Chaminda Bhasai were in the lead.
Later, Abdul Razzaq of Pakistan, Venkatesh Prasad of India and Damien Wright of Australia were also heard. But Donald won the contract with BCB by beating everyone.