role as Bangladesh's head coach officially came to an end yesterday after the Bangladesh Cricket Board
at a board meeting accepted his
resignation with immediate effect.
The decision brings an end to the Australian's two-and-a-half-year stay with the Tigers
had first joined the side as a bowling coach back in October 2011 and was promoted to the position of head coach, following the resignation of Richard Pybus in October 2012.
Jurgensen, who submitted his resignation letter last week, had an hour-long meeting with BCB president Nazmul Hassan Papon yesterday discussing a wide-range of issues.
Though the Australian did speak about his
availability for the three-match India series scheduled for...
While a number of issues will be on the agenda at the Bangladesh Cricket Board's headquarters in the board meeting today afternoon, none will top the discussion between BCB president Nazmul Hassan Papon and coach Shane Jurgensen regarding the latter's resignation.
The president is scheduled to meet Jurgensen
at 11:30 before going on to meet his
board of directors.
While the word around Mirpur is that the Australian is unlikely to reverse his
decision, the BCB
is likely to make one...
While an official decision regarding Bangladesh coach Shane Jurgensen's resignation is expected to be taken this Monday, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) might already have to start preparing find themselves their next head coach.
president Nazmul Hassan Papon yesterday stated that the board would start their hunt depending on the way things go in the meet on Monday
The word around the BCB headquarters at Mirpur is that there are very slim chances for Jurgensen
to reconsider his...
The event by itself -- Shane Jurgensen's
tenure as Bangladesh coach coming to an end with around a year left on his
contract -- is not surprising.
April has been the month of resignations at the Bangladesh Cricket Board -- after Richard McInnes and David Dwyer already quit their posts, the latest to follow suit is the chief of the pack, the national team's very own head coach Shane Jurgensen.
In a move that the BCB directors described as 'emotional' and 'surprising', Jurgensen, who has been a member of the Bangladesh team since 2011 and is contracted with the board till 2015, e-mailed his resignation letter to the board yesterday morning.
however, stated that he
was willing to coach the national side until the end of a three-match ODI series with India in June.
The board has...