Nizamuddin Chowdhury says that the way Domingo explained things was a misrepresentation

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Nizamuddin Chowdhury feels Not everything but some parts that are misrepresented

Bangladesh Cricket Board CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury said on Thursday (August 25) that the men’s team’s Test and ODI head coach Russell Domingo has explained his situation in the conflict of words with the board by demanding he was distorted in the media recently.

Bangladesh Cricket Board CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury said on Thursday (August 25) that the men’s team’s Test and ODI head coach Russell Domingo has explained his situation in the conflict of words with the board by demanding he was distorted in the media recently.

Domingo took swipe at the board recently for making a lot of commotion as he felt that forestalled his charges to communicate them unreservedly in the shortest format. The South African explosion went poorly with the board and individuals looked for an explanation.

To complicate matters, it was reported in local media on Thursday that Domingo, whose contract runs till November 2023, has left his post.

Nizamuddin Chowdhury, BCB’s CEO, told reporters at Mirpur on Thursday that Domingo was humiliated with the entire undertaking and that he was distorted in some piece of the news that made controversy.

“We are seeing it and I feel the whole thing is a misrepresentation. Today we spoke at length with Russell and he is embarrassed because of the way things are coming into the media he is a bit awkward with that and that is why he requested you that it should not come in this way,”

Nizamuddin told reporters at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on Friday.

“Because it is a relationship between employee and employer and we can have misunderstood and so to avoid it (misunderstanding) we spoke at length with Russell and even you wanted to know. The thing is that it (that news) is not right. And I am repeating two parties had a miscommunication,”

he said.

“I am not saying all the information is wrong but according to him some are wrong and it did not come out as he had said and there is no way we can complicate it. Not everything but some parts that are misrepresented,”

he said adding that the South African did not submit his resignation as presented by certain local media.

“The ultimate thing is that he did not resign and Domingo is a coach of Bangladesh Cricket Board and our relationship is like board and coach and there is no complication in it,”

he said.

“We are hoping that he will go to Dubai during the ‘A’ team tour (against Afghanistan) and will stay there from the end of September or start of October,”

he concluded.

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