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19 August, 2019 01:50:49 AM
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‘Domingo-led coaching team will benefit Tigers’

Riyad, Taskin eager to learn more from coaching panel
SPORTS REPORTER, Dhaka
‘Domingo-led coaching 
team will benefit Tigers’

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has newly recruited backroom coaching staff for its national cricket team keeping the long-term plan in mind that generated high hopes among the players.

Expressing their happiness and delight with the new appointment, they meanwhile said that it would be helpful and beneficial not only for the players but the team and Bangladesh cricket also.

The BCB handed over the charge of the national side over the shoulders of experienced coach Russell Craig Domingo, who guided South Africa as their head coach from 2012-2017.

The board earlier confirmed the services of Domingo’s compatriot Charl Langeveldt as the fast-bowling coach and New Zealand’s distinguished spinner-turned coach Daniel Vettori as spin-bowling coach.

Neil McKenzie will assist them as the batting coach in all the three formats of cricket though he was initially appointed for only Test cricket but he agreed to see the other formats of games in his second spell.

“The current coaching panel, I think, is very high-profile. It will be better for all of us. It would also be positive for us,” said all-rounder Mahmudullah Riyad.

“So far as I heard he is high-profile coach but I held no talk with him personally. So we had no knowledge and relation in that way. But since he has been appointed as our head coach, the talks will now be held,” Riyad told media during a break of his individual practice session at the national academy of the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur yesterday.

“His coaching profile is much more enriched as he was coach for South Africa for some more years and did good work for them. I think, I could be learnt from him. It’ll be better for the team as well,” he added.

When asked about Daniel Vettori, the spin all-rounder said that he will approach to Vettori to amend his problems he has.

“He was a great bowler. Now he is a high-profile coach. We could learn a lot from him. Personally I’ll approach him to amend my little bit problems. Hopefully we will benefit from his information,” he said of Daniel Vettori, who signed a 100-day-long deal with Bangladesh.

“We’ve been working with Neil (McKenzie) for so long. He was a fantastic batting coach. Personally I would hold talks with him about my batting. Some of his ideas and information have been helpful for my batting,” he said while asked him about Neil McKenzie.

“I have played with Charl Langeveldt probably in Sri Lankan Premier League. He is a good man. His career tells us that he was a good bowler. He will be better for the pace bowlers,” the 33-year-old Riyad said of Charl Langeveldt.

Riyad concluded his words, saying, “During their playing career, they were all high-profile players. As of now they’re enriched as coach. But the result will come with the combined hard work of the coaches and players. It’ll not be happened from a single party effort. Both sides have to share the information and toil hard for the success. And then, the success will come.”

Speedster Taskin Ahmed voiced the same sentiment, stating that they should attempt to learn new things as much as possible from them.

“There is no doubt that the appointment of the head coach has been better for us because he was coach a big team like South Africa for so long. Hopefully those we are youngsters will try to take many more things from him. I’m really excited like others because we have camp ahead. If Allah gives me the chance to work with him, I’ll try to learn new things as much as possible from him,” Taskin Ahmed said.

“It’ll be better much for us because we try to play seriously wherever level we play. When the head coach will go in the field to see the domestic cricket, the players will then be more serious in their games. Overall, it’ll be benefited the players. Overall, better something is waiting for us, Inshallah,” Ahmed opined.

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