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Old June 27, 2011, 09:52 AM
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Originally Posted by LBW103
Am I reading you correctly? Less pressure? And no one will complain??? In Bangladesh??????? It is the most pressurised job in world cricket and needs someone who knows what they are doing...

Within a few weeks the press, fans and everyone else will savage a coach who produces poor results. They won't say "oh well, he is learning" or "oh never mind, he has no experience"

There are just 9 Test Team head coaching jobs in the world. This is not an experiment. You'd better be good or you will be gone before the two years is up. BD cannot afford to slip backwards here. There is HUGE pressure on...
Sorry to butt in but most pressurized job in the world? Can't agree with that. I agree it isn't easy to be a BD coach and there is a lot of pressure but think about Australia and England. If they a couple of series, their lives become hell. Same for India. Reason is, they have a whole lot more expectations. So yes being a BD coach has pressure added to it but as much as other countries.

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