Bangladesh coach Chandika Hathurusinghe said on Thursday his priority will be to improve the fitness of the players ahead of their home series against Australia as it is expected to play a crucial part. The Bangladesh Cricket Board held a fitness camp of 27 elite players from August 22 under trainer Mario Villavarayan before Hathurusinghe took over on last week
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‘Only my bosses can decide this’
Bangladesh coach Chandika Hathurusinghe on Thursday sidetracked the question regarding his chances of touring India with the ‘A’ team. With most of the national players touring to India with the ‘A’ team, Hathurusinghe will be left alone to coach only a handful of senior players, who nonetheless will be involved in the National Cricket League during that period of time.
Hathurusinghe dismisses SL rumour
Bangladesh coach Chandika Hathurusinghe on Monday shrugged off media speculations regarding his taking over the charge of Sri Lanka national cricket team.
Hathurusinghe joined the preparation camp of the 27-member elite squad ahead of the home series against Australia featuring two Tests. Quoting other reports,
Hathurusinghe in the mix for SL job
Bangladesh coach Chandika Hathurusinghe is in the mix of taking over the charge of Sri Lanka national cricket team, reports Press Trust of India.
The post of Sri Lanka’s head coach fell vacant after Marvan Atapattu resigned on Thursday in the wake of 2-1 Test series defeat to India.
Playing under floodlights leaves Hathuru fuming
Bangladesh coach Chandika Hathurusinghe on Thursday reacted sharply as umpires had played 21 minutes extra under flood light in the second Test match against Pakistan on Thursday. According to sources, the Sri Lankan left the field fuming over the fact that he believes had nailed down the possibilities of the Tigers. Bangladesh had lost one of their major batsmen Mushfiqur Rahim