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BCB to take tough decisions for betterment of national team


Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) President Nazmul Hassan Papon is going to sit with the team’s cricketers, team management and coaching staff to consider the recent performance of Bangladesh national team. He will seek accountability for the team’s continued failure.

BCB to take tough decisions for betterment of national team

At the same time, the head of the board also hinted about a tough decision for the sake of the team.

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The opposite is the picture of youngsters who won the ICC Under-19 World Cup for the first time in their cricket history. While Bangladesh national team had been in continuous failure for many times specially in Test cricket.

Despite the increase in match fees in the Test, there was no change in the team’s performance. Bangladesh lost three Test by an innings in a row. Such performance raised a concern in BCB President’s mind.

Papon said,

“We will have important discussions with the team on the overall matters. There can be a tough decision on the basis of team’s continued failure.”

Nazmul Hassan had been saying since the World Cup, he had seen a lack of solidarity in the national team. He could not match anything on team performance and team combination. Papon also complained about this.

“It is sad to lose with Pakistan,” he said in front of the media. “How many matches the national team has played since the last World Cup, I can not match with their previous play. I must not sit on it, I must work. If you look at the past few series, you will see no signs of improvement. Their attitude, game and mindset- nothing is matched with their previous nature.”

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