BCB to discuss about ‘six issues’ in board meeting

The most important board meeting of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) recently has been going to be held next week. At least 6 important issues will be decided at this board meeting.

BCB to discuss about 'six issues' in board meeting

Board meetings are usually held with many agendas. However, after the coronavirus pandemic, there have been very few important board meetings. A top source of the board told BDCricTime that the meeting will start at 3 pm on June 15.

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Election of BCB board of directors is coming soon. Naturally, the active members of the present board are interested in contesting the next elections. The panel led by Nazmul Hassan Papon is optimistic about arranging neutral election as before. The decision of the AGM is therefore very important for the future of cricket in the country.

However, important decisions will come regarding cricketers too. The central contract of the cricketers may be finalized at this board meeting. At the same time, the two vacancies in the coaching panel- the batting coach and the spin bowling coach could be sorted out in the meeting. The progress of the Sheikh Hasina International Cricket Stadium which is under construction in Purbachal will also be discussed.

Besides, the two members of the selection panel, Chief Selectors Minhajul Abedin Nannu and Habibul Bashar Sumon’s contracts extension matter will also be discussed. A final decision may also come. Sources close to the board claimed that the BCB would extend the contract with Nannu and Bashar. Abdur Razzak is now on the panel with them. The board has enough confidence so far in this trio. The issue of formal approval of team sponsors and broadcast partners will also be raised at the June 15 board meeting.

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