World Cup winning coach Richard Stonier's Bangladesh tenure ends

Stonier started working as a trainer in Bangladesh High-Performance Unit in July 2018. The fitness of the players of the World Cup-winning Bangladesh U-19 team was built by his own hands. His contract was extended until 2022, relying on Stanier.

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Richard Stonier was the biggest blessing to the Bangladesh Under-19 team. The cricketers working under him also unanimously admitted that the attitude of the team had been changing since the arrival of this coach. As a result, the Bangladesh U-19 team started to see one victory after another; whose biggest success is winning the World Cup.
However, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) did not renew the contract with Stonier after the miserable performance last youth World Cup. As a result, the popular coach, who is basically a fitness trainer, has said goodbye to Bangladesh.
Stonier started working as a trainer in Bangladesh High-Performance Unit in July 2018. The fitness of the players of the World Cup-winning Bangladesh U-19 team was built by his own hands. His contract was extended until 2022, relying on Stanier.
As the agreement has expired, Stonier is bidding farewell to Bangladesh this time. Before coming to Bangladesh, he worked in the franchise-based T20 event Pakistan Super League (PSL). He came to the notice of the cricket field only after he did that for Lahore Qalandars. He has previously worked in the country's first-class cricket. Following this, BCB appointed him as the trainer of the Bangladesh High-Performance Unit.
He has a reputation for tidy work and friendly behavior. The experienced trainer also has an organization called 'Richard Stonier Sport and Fitness Professional'.