Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Bangladesh Cricket Team Coach List


Do you want to know Bangladesh cricket team coach? Yes, this is right place for you. Coach trains the full team and help for future planning. That is why, they are so important for all teams. I am writing here about nine cricket team coach of the Bangladesh. Bangladesh Cricket is like a rising sun in the world cricket that has started to shine with its full strength. But the makers of the current team are almost unknown. I am focusing here the Bangladesh cricket all coach information. Yes, I am talking about the coaches of present, Chandika Hathurusingha and all other formers.

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Below the list Bangladesh cricket team coach

 

Mohinder Amarnath: He was the fielding coach of Bangladesh cricket team. He was a coach from the mid of 1990 to 1996. He was an Indian cricket team all-rounder player. He was a right-hand batsman and right-arm medium fast bowler. Mohinder played 69 tests and 85 ODI matches. Mohinder Amarnath was the coach of Bangladesh cricket in 1999 and contributed much for the team to gain Test Status in the next year, 2000. Mohinder Amarnath is a former cricketer of Indian Team and currently is a cricket analyst. Among his best records, he was man of the series of the fist winning world cup cricket in India in 1983 in England.

Eddie Barlow: He was not only an African cricket player but also Bangladeshi national cricket team coach. He joined as Bangladeshi coach in 1999. Barlow contributed so much to get Bangladesh test status. He played only test matches as an African cricketer. Barlow played 30 test matches. He was a right-arm batsman and right-arm medium pace bowler. Eddie Barlow was a South African all-round cricketer and appointed as the coach of Bangladesh Cricket Team in 2000. Unfortunately, he was falling in a sudden stroke and took in an intensive care and then he was coming out with a wheelchair. Although, he was able to walk slowly, he was dead in Jersey in 2005 after a brain haemorrhage.

Gordon Greenidge: He was a West Indies former opening batsman. Cuthbert Gordon Greenidge is his full name. He retired from all formats of cricket in 1991. Greenidge joined as Bangladeshi coach in 1997. Under his guidance, this country won 1997 ICC trophy. He stayed in Bangladesh since 1999 Cricket World Cup. Gordon Greenidge was the former cricketer of the West Indies Cricket team and was appointed as the coach of the Bangladesh National Cricket team in 1997. He had guided Bangladesh in 1997 to secure the championship of ICC Trophy with captain Akram Khan. After that, he was awarded the honorary citizenship of Bangladesh. He contributed much to prepare the team to play Test matches.

Upul Chandika Hathurusingha: He is the current coach of this country cricket team. He joined as coach in 2014. He is not only a successful coach but also a successful all-rounder. He was an all-rounder of Sri Lanka cricket team. Hathurusingha played 26 test and 35 ODI matches. Chandika Hathurusingha was a former cricketer of Sri Lanka cricket and the current coach of the National team of Bangladesh cricket has been agreed in May, 2014 replacing Shane Jurgensen. He was former coaches of the UAE, Sri Lanka, domestic level of Australian crickets like Sydney Thunder and New South Wales.

Shane John Jurgensen: He was a talented right-arm fast bowler. He joined as a bowling coach of Bangladesh in October 2011. During his 1st assignment as interim head coach Bangladesh team West Indies team in ODI series 3-2. In 2013, he joined as head coach of Bangladesh team. Under his guidance, Bangladesh team first white washed New Zealand team. This former Australian cricketer, Shane John Jurgensen, was as bowling coach of Bangladesh cricket, in October, 2011. On the next October, 2012, he was agreed as the interim coach and won against the West Indies in a ODI series by 3-2. And finally, he was the head coach of Bangladesh National Team in 2013.

Stuart Grant Law: He was not only a famous Australian cricketer but also head also head coach of Bangladesh team. He worked as Bangladesh team coach from 2011 to 2012. Stuart played only 1 test but played 54 ODI matches. He retired from all formats of cricket in 1999. He was an Australian cricketer. After the end of the cricket carrier, he started his carrier as a cricket coach. He was the head coach of Bangladesh Cricket Team in the season of 2011-2012.

Richard Pybus: He is an English coach. He joined as a coach of Bangladesh cricket team in 2012. After joining five months he left the Bangladesh team. But in this short time Bangladesh team played 16 t20 matches and they won 12 matches. This is really an awesome success for him. The British-born Richard Alexander Pybus was the head coach of Bangladesh in 2012. During his time Bangladesh team won 12 T20 matches between 16. He was only 5 months, because of a contract dispute with the board.

Jamie Siddons: His full name is James Darren "Jamie" Siddons. He was an Australian right-hand batsman. He joined as Bangladeshi coach in 2007. After the cup, he left this team. Jamie Siddons was an Australian cricketer and selected as the coach of Bangladesh Cricket Team on October, 2007 and left after the contract was finished after the completion of the world cup cricket in 2011.

Dav Whatmore: His full name is Davenell Frederick "Dav" Whatmore. He was an Australian right-hand batsman. He played 7 tests and 1 ODI matches as an Australian player. He retired from all format crickets in 1980. From 2003 to 2007 he worked as Bangladesh team coach. Under his guidance Bangladesh team won not only their first test match but also won against Australia, South Africa and India.  Dav Whatmore was a Sri Lankan-born Australian cricketer, was coach of National Cricket Team of Bangladesh from 2003 - 2007. He was the most successful coach for the development of Bangladesh cricket in the international levels.


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Bangladesh cricket all coaches are described in short. All of them are the bricks to build “Team Tigers” of Bangladesh cricket team.
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