NCA physio Chapman quits post

Updated: 22 June 2010 08:39 IST

BCCI has the task of appointing a new physiotherapist at NCA in Bangalore as the current incumbent physiotherapist Paul Chapman has put in his papers.

Mumbai:

The Cricket Board has the task of appointing a new physiotherapist at its high-profile National Cricket Academy in Bangalore as the current incumbent Paul Chapman has put in his papers six months before his contract was to come to an end.

"Chapman is to take up a posting in his home country Australia and has resigned. He will be there till the end of this month. His contract was running till December-end," BCCI sources said on Tuesday.

Chapman was on a three-year contract with the BCCI and is with NCA since the beginning of 2008, the sources added.

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