The Russell Domingo chapter has come to an end in Bangladesh cricket. He is no longer the head coach of the Bangladesh team. On December 27, 2022, he submitted his resignation letter to BCB. Jalal Yunus, head of BCB’s cricket management department, confirmed to the media Domingo has resigned. He informed us via mail last night. August 2019 marked the beginning of the South African’s two-year tenure as Bangladesh’s head coach. This agreement was renewed till the ODI World Cup in 2023 in 2021. Before that, Domingo resigned.
According to reports, the BCB decided not to retain Domingo as head coach during the recently ended India series. This information was likewise communicated to Domingo. Therefore, Domingo has chosen the path of an honourable departure in this scenario.
Meanwhile, BCB has begun its search for a new coach. Former Bangladesh head coach Chandika Hathurusingh may potentially return, according to rumours. However, no formal information is available.
In March of next year, the Bangladesh cricket team will return to international competition. This series will consist of three ODIs and three T20s versus England as part of the ICC One Day Super League. The BCB intends to hire a new coach before then.
BCB has opted to hire a coach and a performance manager to examine the performance of the national team and women’s team performance from the grassroots level and determine future strategies.