Bangladesh’s quick bowling trainer and previous West Indies bowler Ottis Gibson has concluded that he won’t reestablish his agreement in the wake of finishing his long term administration with the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB).
The 52-year-old will join the Pakistan Super League (PSL) side Multan Sultans from the beginning of their mission on January 27.
“Ottis Gibson would have rather not restore his agreement which we acknowledged. Neighborhood mentors will care for the quick bowling division briefly. We desire to supplant Gibson with another unfamiliar mentor presently,” said Jalal Yunus, BCB’s cricket tasks panel executive as detailed by ESPNcricinfo.
The previous West Indies bowler had joined the Bangladesh group in January 2020, supplanting Charl Langeveldt. He was likewise the main voice from the foundation to encourage senior player Mashrafe Mortaza to resign from worldwide cricket.
Under his training, Bangladesh quick bowlers took 13 wickets in the Mount Maunganui Test against New Zealand. Ebadot Hossain, who required 6 for 46 in the subsequent innings, is one of the quicks who has profited from Gibson’s residency as bowling trainer.