Bangladesh head coach Russell Domingo said yesterday that he has 'not been officially ordered' to share team strategies with Bangladesh Cricket Board President Nazmul Hassan. The BCB boss on Wednesday told the media that he had instructed the team management to inform him of the playing eleven and game strategies.
"I haven't been officially told that I need to tell anyone about the team. I am not under any impression that I need to do it, as yet. I am as passionate about the team as the president. I am paid a salary to make decisions and do my work," Domingo told reporters.
The 45-year-old seems to be familiar with the cricketing culture of Bangladesh as he said that things are no different in South Africa.
"Guys, remember I come from South Africa. A lot of trouble goes on there. It is not like I am coming from England or Australia where it is easy, where you do what you want to. I come from South Africa. It is tough there as well. Selection is not easy. There are people with a lot of opinions and agendas. It is part of my job, and I have to deal with it. Make the most of it."