Bangladesh have appointed former New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori as a spin bowling advisor whereas former South Africa paceman Charl Langeveldt will turn into their new tempo bowling coach, the nation’s cricket board stated on Saturday.
Vettori’s contract is till subsequent yr’s Twenty20 World Cup in Australia and the 40-year-old will likely be accessible to the group for round 100 days throughout their preparation.
Langeveldt, 44, takes cost as a full-time coach, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) added.
“This can be a group on the rise and there’s a lot expertise and potential,” Vettori, who can even put together Bangladesh for the tour of India later this yr and a visit to New Zealand in 2020, stated in a BCB assertion.
Vettori, the previous left-arm spinner, has beforehand been head coach of Indian Premier League aspect Royal Challengers Bangalore and Australia’s Large Bash League group Brisbane Warmth following his retirement in 2015.
“It’ll be a pleasure to work with… Shakib Al Hasan, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Taijul Islam and the opposite up and coming kids which I’m wanting ahead to with a whole lot of curiosity,” he added.
Langeveldt joins following a stint as Afghanistan’s bowling coach and has beforehand labored as South Africa’s quick bowling specialist coach and a excessive efficiency advisor with their governing physique.