Walsh appointed West Indies interim head coach
Dhaka, Feb 27: West Indies pace legend Courtney Walsh was on Monday appointed Bangladesh’s interim head coach for the Nidahas Trophy.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is, however, yet to zero in on a full-time replacement for Chandika Hathurusingha, according to a ESPNcricinfo report.
Walsh, who joined Bangladesh coaching group in September 2016 as a bowling coach on a three-year deal, is currently the senior-most coach in the group.
Walsh played 132 Tests for West Indies taking 519 wickets. He played 205 ODIs scalping 227 wickets.
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