Published:28 August 2020
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has appointed Toby Radford as the new head coach of the high-performance unit.
BCB confirmed in a recent press release that he had served as a batting and assistant coach for the West Indies.
He will introduce the high performance plan through a training camp in Sri Lanka from September to October.
Radford is a Level 4 coach of the European Central Bank (ECB). He was a top cricket player in Middlesex and Sussex. He was twice (2012-13 and Sussex). 2016-2019) As the batting and assistant coach of the senior West Indies team. He also served as the head coach of Glamorgan and Middlesex in the England County Championship.
Radford has served as an advisor to the European Central Bank and Cricket West Indies (CWI) and has extensive experience. He has served as the director of the CWI High Performance Center, the director of the Middlesex County Cricket Club Academy, and has coached England's under-15, under-17 and under-19 teams.
Radford was quoted in the press release as saying: "I am very happy to be appointed as the senior director of the Bangladesh Cricket Committee."
"Bangladesh has many talented young cricket players. It will be an honor to work with them and help them develop. It will be an honor to achieve sustained success at the international level. I want to thank BCB for this rare opportunity to help me shape They are the future players. I can't wait to start," he added.