Tuesday, December 12, 2023

Aussies warned of ‘real fright’ in Bangladesh

Former Australia cricketer Stuart Law on Thursday asked his countrymen to prepare for a ‘real fright’ when they visit Bangladesh for a two-match Test series later this month. Law, who played a Test and 54 one-day internationals for Australia, coached Bangladesh’s national team in 2012, taking them to the Asia Cup final, before quitting for ... Read more

Law leaves with happy memory

Outgoing national coach Stuart Law leaves the country today with happy memories after completing his nine-month stint with the Bangladesh national cricket team. Law had taken over as the head coach of Bangladesh in July last year on a two-year contract, replacing compatriot Jamie Siddons, but stepped down from the position recently citing family

Stuart Law quits as Bangladesh coach

Stuart Law has resigned as Bangladesh coach after nine months in the job, citing family reasons. He will stay on till the end of June, when his contract expires. His decision to quit comes less than a month after Bangladesh reached the final of the Asia Cup, widely seen as one of their finest achievements

Law hails BCB’s captaincy decision

Bangladesh coach Stuart Law hailed the decision of appointing wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim the new national captain and hoped that Mushfiqur would maintain professionalism to take the game forward in Bangladesh. ‘That’s good news for Mushfiq,’ Law told New Age in his instant reaction to the

Tamim has no resentment over his sacking by BCB

The most assured batsman for the national team, Tamim Iqbal, is not worried or unhappy about the decision of the Bangladesh Cricket Board for sacking him as the vice-captain of the national cricket team.  The problems were brewing among the skipper and the selection committee, coach and board, coach and players regarding various issues from ... Read more

Sakib’s sacking surprises Law

Bangladesh coach Stuart Law said he was surprised to see Sakib al Hasan being sacked as captain but hoped the decision would not hamper progress of the national team. Speaking to reporters at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on Thursday after the first practice session of the Tigers ahead of the home series against West Indies, ... Read more

Law wants change of mindset

Stuart Law has called for changes in Bangladesh cricket, both on and off the field. The new coach of the Tigers who took over a week before the Zimbabwe tour commenced saw losses in the first five matches in charge before the two wins towards the end here at the Queens Sports Club that added ... Read more

Dropped catches cost us: Law

Stuart Law lamented the four dropped catches and untimely fall of wickets in Bangladesh’s 5-run loss yesterday which sealed a series win for Zimbabwe. The new Tigers coach, who praised Mushfiqur Rahim for the valiant century in the dark at the Harare Sports Club, was shocked to see the four

Furious Kamal seeks answers

Bangladesh Cricket Board president AHM Mustafa Kamal said on Tuesday that he had sent an email to coach Stuart Law asking for the reasons behind the team’s abysmal showings in Zimbabwe. Bangladesh have lost every match they played in so far in the tour to trigger talks of a crisis. The Tigers are now in ... Read more

Law’s opening chapter

The only Test between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe will mark Stuart Law’s beginning as head coach of the Tigers. The debut for the 42-year-old Australian comes at an interesting phase for Bangladesh cricket, especially after a World Cup campaign that flattered to deceive and a four-year period under Jamie Siddons where some of the national cricketers ... Read more

Law not impressed with batting

Bangladesh’s new coach Stuart Law has asked his batsmen not to repeat the mistakes they made during the second warm-up match against the GP-BCB Academy in order to avoid trouble in the upcoming one-off Test and one-day series against Zimbabwe. Law, who watched the Tigers win the two-day match against the Academy team at the ... Read more

Law starts work sans Sakib

New Bangladesh coach Stuart Law began his work with the Tigers on Sunday at the Sher-e Bangla National Stadium without skipper Sakib al Hasan and his deputy Tamim Iqbal. Tamim was given a week’s rest to nurse his groin injury, but the absence of Sakib came as a mystery as he did not inform the ... Read more

Law’s focus on teamwork

When Stuart Law met his new charges at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium yesterday, it was more than just smiles and handshakes. His brief with most of the national cricketers surrounding him centred on him being a hard, but fair guy. Later during his first official press conference, it was along a similar theme; the former ... Read more

Law not a stranger to Tigers

Newly-appointed Bangladesh national team coach Stuart Law is not quite an unknown figure to the players as some of them already have the experience of playing against him. Law, currently working as the interim coach of Sri Lanka, was named as the new head coach of the Tigers on Monday, replacing compatriot

Law for Tigers

Full name: Stuart Grant Law Born: October 18, 1968, Brisbane, Australia. Teams: Australia, Chennai Superstars, Derbyshire, Essex, Lancashire and Queensland. Nickname: Lawman; The Judge The most successful captain in Australian domestic cricket