Yes, As Bangladesh Women Coach Quits Janak Gamage. Bangladesh Women mentor Janak Gamage has surrendered from his employment since he discovered that the BCB wouldn’t broaden his agreement for a third time in the not so distant future. His next task, he said, will be with Thailand Women.
Gamage, a previous Sri Lanka quick bowler, was designated by the BCB in August 2014 on a one-year contract, and he was given a second one-year contract a year ago after which he took the group to the Women’s World T20 in India prior this year.
“I am leaving Dhaka tomorrow,” Gamage said. “I will work with the Thailand ladies’ group from now. I didn’t get any offer for augmentation from the BCB. There is a competition coming up in Thailand and they have called me. I have surrendered in light of the fact that the BCB has not demonstrated any enthusiasm for holding me.”
Regardless of being a remote mentor, Gamage had the additional point of interest of knowing the Bangla dialect; he lifted it up having played in the Dhaka alliances in the 1980s. Amid his stretch as mentor, be that as it may, Gamage’s lone achievement was as a 2-0 arrangement win over Zimbabwe in informal T20s in November 2015, after which Bangladesh guaranteed capability to World T20 in India by completing runners-up in the qualifying competition in Thailand. Be that as it may, in India, they lost all their gathering matches.
Gamage said that the group has the ability, however it should be produced better. “I delighted in working here,” he said. “Continuously felt like home.
“The group has progressed significantly and can go further on the off chance that it can conquer a couple of things. Alternate groups rehearse consistently yet the Bangladesh group does not get that possibility. They have to conquer this issue. I trust this group has a decent time ahead.”