Klusener to be named Bangladesh bowling coach

Updated: 11 August 2010 17:30 IST

Lance Klusener are set to be appointed as Bangladesh bowling and fielding coaches, said the Bangladesh Cricket Board on Tuesday.

New Delhi:

Having recently completed a level-three coaching course at Cricket South Africa's High Performance Centre, Former South Africa all-rounder Lance Klusener are set to be appointed as Bangladesh bowling and fielding coaches, said the Bangladesh Cricket Board on Tuesday.

"We are at the closing stage of signing a deal with them. Hopefully they will join our national set-up before the home series against New Zealand in October," BCB spokesman Jalal Yunus told reporters.

The 38-year-old Klusener, who played 49 Tests and 171 One-Day Internationals as a big-hitting middle-order batsman and seam bowler, has completed a coaching course in South Africa and this would be his first international job.

Bangladesh's next international tour is a home five-ODI series against New Zealand across October.

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