Mike Hesson is at the forefront of being a potential Bangladesh coach. He was in charge of Kings XI Punjab in the IPL. But without giving any reason, Mike Hesson left the Punjab Indian Premier League team.
The former New Zealand coach announced Punjab's departure on social media Twitter on Thursday.
Punjab had a two-year contract with Hesson. But in the middle of the treaty, he withdrew from duty. Of course, there are a number of reasons. Hesson has already been offered head coaches by several national teams. India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and South Africa. Hesson is reported to be Bangladesh's first choice.
BCB wants to hire a coach before the upcoming series against Afghanistan at home. Less than a month is at hand.
The top five coaches on the list are Mike Hesson from New Zealand, the Zimbabwe Grant Flower, Paul Ferbrice in England, Russell Domingo in South Africa and Chandika Hatsourcing from Sri Lanka.
Andy Tsvetya offered to coach Bangladesh, but he rejected the proposal for a second time. India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan are looking for their head coach after the World Cup. BCB has to compete with them to get a coach.
BCB is also considering former England coach Forbes, who declined BCB's offer in March last year. At that time, Bangladesh returned to Rhodes after Farbres returned the offer.
Former New Zealand coach Hesson is in the process of preparing the Tigers, according to ESPNcricinfo. Whether BCB is interested in him or not.
Pakistani wadding coach Grant Flower is also on the list of interests on board.
He was the head coach of the Bangladesh team from 20 to 20 in Hatursusin. BCB is also interested in him.
BKB, meanwhile, was pleased with Domingo's interview with the coach.