Sanjay Bangar can’t develop into batting advisor of Bangladesh cricket group, that is the rationale

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Former Indian batting coach Sanjay Bangar has turned down the BCB's proposal to develop into the batting advisor of the Bangladesh Test group. Bangar says he has finished so due to private {and professional} commitments.

Let us know that BCB President Nizamuddin Chaudhary had confirmed in a latest assertion that he’s in talks with Bangar for the post of batting advisor of Bangladesh Test group, though nothing has been determined.

Talking to PTI on the matter, Bangar mentioned, "He made this provide to me eight weeks in the past however I lastly determined that my contract with Star offers me an opportunity to stability my private life {and professional} commitments. <! –

                 However I want to work with BCB additional in future. "

Former South African cricketer Neil Mackenzie is at present working as a batting advisor for the Bangladeshi group within the restricted over format. However, he additionally works with the Test group.

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Bangar, who was working as a batting coach with the Indian group from 2014 to 2019, has been changed by Vikram Rathore. Bangar was faraway from the post of batting coach of Team India after the tour of West Indies.

Significantly, Bangar was the one member of the teaching employees whose contract was not carried ahead. The contracts of coach Ravi Shastri, bowling coach Bharat Arun and fielding coach R Sridhar have all been retained.

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