Shane Jurgensen will not review his decision on his resignation as Bangladesh coach. The 38-year-old Australian sent his resignation to the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) on Monday, his 39th birthday.
“At present, I have no intention of reversing my decision”, he added. “Of course, I shall be available until the series against India but that will be my last assignment with the Bangladesh team.
“I wanted to remain with the team for the important series against India.
“I am not allowed to speak further on the matter and hence I can’t divulge reasons for my resignation.
“I have not applied anywhere yet,” he confirmed. “I shall be jobless after my stint with the Bangladesh and will start again the search for the new job.
“I shall be having more chats with him but my decision (to resign) appears to be unmoved,”, he remarked after being reminded that Bangladesh captain, Mushfiqur, wished to have a discussion with him.
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