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  • Former Bangladesh captain Khaled Mahmud Sujon

    Mahmud to step in again?

    The BCB had already announced that they will not continue with head coach Steve Rhodes, whose contract was till the 2020 World T20. In addition, the board will not renew their contract with bowling coach Courtney Walsh either. Meanwhile news arrived that former Bangladesh captain Khaled Mahmud

  • Courtney Walsh in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

    Walsh, BCB part ways

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) have officially announced that they will not renew the contract with Courtney Walsh for the Bangladesh team bowling coach position. The four-year contract with the West Indies legend will expire after the conclusion of the ICC World Cup 2019.

  • Courtney Walsh in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

    ‘May have to rethink our strategy’

    By the time Bangladesh started their practice at the Cooper Associates County Ground in Taunton, West Indies’ batting had been dismantled by England in Southampton. Bangladesh are set to face West Indies in their fifth World Cup match on June 17 in Taunton, but unlike their opponents, will have had six days’ gap between matches since their last World Cup game against Sri Lanka in Bristol was abandoned due to rain.

  • Mashrafe Mortaza and Abu Jayed in ICC World Cup 2019

    ‘Mash is a fighter’

    Bangladesh bowling coach Courtney Walsh yesterday spoke out in favour of the captain. “We all know Mashrafe is a fighter. He has a slight niggle,” Walsh told reporters in Taunton, referring to the hamstring injury Mashrafe picked up during the warm-up match against India on May 28

  • Tigers training at The Oval

    ‘The Oval should be good for us’

    “I think we will be playing on the wicket that was played on yesterday [Thursday], which should be very good for us,” Bangladesh bowling coach Courtney Walsh said in a press conference during the team’s practice session at the venue yesterday ahead Bangladesh vs South Africa match. “At The Oval

  • Bangladesh VS Afghanistan T20I series

    Walsh steals the show

    It was quite an interesting road to Dehradun to cover Bangladesh's three-match T20I series since starting the journey from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka yesterday.

  • The pace quartet has to fire together: Walsh

    Yet to come up with an appointment to fill the vacant head coach's position, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is once again relying on bowling coach and West Indies fast bowling legend Courtney Walsh to be the interim coach for the upcoming three-match T20I series against Afghanistan starting from June 3 in Dehradun.

  • 'Happy to continue'

    For most of his one and a half years on the job, Bangladesh bowling coach and former West Indies great Courtney Walsh has flown

  • Courtney Walsh

    Walsh can continue as head coach, Mahmud opines

    Khaled Mahmud suggests that Courtney Walsh was fantastic during the Nidahas Trophy and in case a head coach is not found within April then Walsh can continue fulfilling the role.

  • Fizz Mustafizur Rahman

    Walsh looking at Fizz to come good against Sri Lanka

    Bangladesh bowlers have not had the best of tournaments in the ongoing Nidahas Trophy and Courtney Walsh suggests that the bowlers need to step up for the crucial match against Sri Lanka tomorrow.

  • 'My target is to win as many as possible'

    It will be interesting to see how the Bangladesh team approach the upcoming Nidahas Trophy under new interim coach Courtney

  • Walsh: Why insult when you can injure with a ball?

    Bangladesh's interim coach Courtney Walsh shares a few stories of how menacing his bowling was during his playing days.

  • Mash stands firm amid BCB chaos

    A press release from the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) on the previous day confirmed that a press conference would announce the

  • Working on the mental side: Walsh

    In his first press meet after being appointed as Bangladesh's bowling coach back in September 2016, West Indies legendary fast bowler Courtney Walsh informed that he wanted to help the Bangladesh's pace bowlers and will be happy if he could get a second Curtly Ambrose from Bangladesh.

  • Courtney Walsh

    Walsh working on consistency

    Bangladesh bowling coach Courtney Walsh is undertaking a week-long bowling camp and the fast bowling legend says that the pacers are working on consistency and mental strength to prepare for the upcoming tri-nation T20 series in March.

  • Windies woes revive memories of two-day Headingley horror

    Curtly Ambrose was scathing about the West Indies' "totally embarrassing" defeat by England inside three days during last week's first Test at Edgbaston.

  • ‘I have a lot to learn from Walsh’

    Bangladesh paceman Rubel hossain is looking forward to working with Courtney Walsh and says he has a lot to learn about Test Cricket from the great West Indian.

  • Mustafiz responding well in training sessions, says Walsh

    Bangladesh bowling coach Courtney Walsh believes that talented paceman Mustafizur Rahman is responding well to the training program that was designed for him and will return to his best once again.

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    Courtney Walsh to lead pace bowling camp

    Bangladesh bowling coach Courtney Walsh will lead a special pace bowling camp, local media reports say.

  • Seamers a little jaded in last session: Walsh

    While most of the players are eager to look at the looming 100th Test as just another match, incidentally one that they have to win to level the two-match series, Bangladesh's fast bowling coach Courtney Walsh was hoping that the sense of occasion brings out the best in the Tigers when they square off against Sri Lanka at the P Sara Oval in Colombo on Wednesday.

  • Remain unfazed by big names: Walsh

    Bangladesh bowling coach and West Indian fast bowling legend Courtney Walsh’s mantra for his team which takes on India in the one-off Test match here from February 9 is to enjoy the game, relax even while giving off their best on the field.

  • Taskin hoping for good tune-up

    They say cricket is a funny game and the current situation of the Bangladesh team perhaps best depicts that phrase.

  • Walsh living the coaching dream in BD

    West Indies' leading Test wicket taker Courtney Walsh says that while the opportunity to coach didn't present itself at home, he is living his dream of a first international coaching sojourn with Bangladesh.

  • Fizz's return on track

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) will have a better idea regarding Mustafizur Rahman's recovery by the end of this week.

  • Right arm slow?

    Even if Bangladesh are novices in Test cricket, there is one person in the team set-up who is a bonafide all-time great. Through

  • I feel safe and confident: Walsh

    Bowling coach of Bangladesh, Courtney Walsh says he is not happy that England ODI captain Eoin Morgan and batsman Alex Hales have pulled out of the tour.

  • Walsh wants to find another Ambrose in Bangladesh

    Bangladesh’s new bowling coach Courtney Walsh says that he hopes to pass on the spirit that he and Curtly Ambrose had shared during their playing days

  • ‘I am happy to be a part of this team’

    Bangladesh's new bowling coach Courtney Walsh speaks to the media for the first time since his arrival.

  • Walsh finally in Dhaka

    A robotic hand wave, a tired thumbs up and a mere nod of the head; that's all that around two dozen journalists, who waited for

  • Walsh set to arrive tomorrow night

    West Indies legend Courtney Walsh, who has signed up to be Bangladesh’s specialist bowling coach will arrive in Dhaka tomorrow night.