Stuart Law decides to resign

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Bangladesh national cricket team coach Stuart Law will step down on June, reports agencies. The decision comes after the successful Asis Cup, in which Bangladesh missed the championship for only two run.

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Stuart Law

Bangladesh Cricket Board on Monday said, Australian Stuart Law will step down as the national cricket coach of Bangladesh in June due to family reasons.

Bangladesh team is scheduled to tour to Pakistan this month while a few days ago Stuart said he would not tour to Pakistan.

Law, who played one test and 54 one-day internationals for Australia, joined as Bangladesh’s head coach in July last year on a two-year contract, replacing compatriot Jamie Siddons.

BCB’s media committee chairman Jalal Yunus told reporters, “It is a matter of great regret for us to inform you that our head coach Law has decided to resign from his post in June for family reason.”

The high point of Law’s tenure came at the Asia Cup last month, where hosts Bangladesh defeated heavyweights India and Sri Lanka during the group stage before narrowly losing the final of the four-team tournament to Pakistan.

Bangladesh team is scheduled to tour to Pakistan this month while a few days ago Stuart said he would not tour to Pakistan.

Bangladesh appointed him as a coach of its national team in June 2011, replacing compatriot Jamie Siddons.

Law played one Test and 54 one-day international matches for Australia.He also served as an assistant coach for Sri Lanka under fellow Aussie Trevor Bayliss before Bayliss quit after this year’s World Cup.

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E-Bangladesh is a News/Headlines service and a group blog aimed at bringing the news and analysis from Bangladesh to its readers.


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