Klusener could be Bangladesh's new bowling coach

Updated: 08 August 2010 12:39 IST

Former South African all-rounder Lance Klusener may soon be appointed Bangladesh's new bowling coach.

Dhaka:

Former South African all-rounder Lance Klusener may soon be appointed Bangladesh's new bowling coach. The post has been lying vacant since former Sri Lankan pacer Champaka Ramanayake, who left the job due to illness.

"I'm in negotiations with them (Bangladesh Cricket Board), it's not finalised yet," Klusener said.

"There are a couple of things that need clarification, I hope to have it finalised in the next week," Klusener told a cricket site.

If appointed, this will be Klusener's first international coaching assignment after completing a level-three course at Cricket South Africa's High Performance Centre in Pretoria.

The Bangladesh Cricket Board is reportedly also looking for a fielding coach after deciding against extending Mohammad Salahuddin's contract.

Topics : Cricket Lance Klusener
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