Veteran international cricket coach Dav Whatmore will no longer be Nepal head coach after 19th September once the ICC world cup qualifier finishes this year.
Former Australian cricketer Dav Whatmore on Friday (August 27) announced his decision to step down as the head coach of the Nepal men’s cricket team.
Nepal men’s cricket team head coach Dav Whatmore on Friday (August 27) announced his decision to step down from the post. In a letter addressed to the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN), Whatmore said that he would like to step down from the post after the conclusion of the World Cup qualifiers on September 19.
In a letter accessed by Times Now, Whatmore said it was a very tough decision for him which he took as he was finding it tough to spend time away from his family during the pandemic.
“The letter is to confirm you that I want to resign from the head coach position of Nepal Cricket Team immediately after the conclusion of the world cup qualifier on 19th September to be held in Oman. I also wish to confirm you that this is a very tough decision I have to make after making the deepest of my thoughts on the same.
Whatmore added that it was his personal decision as the CAN and its players had been extremely cooperative with him during his tenure.
“Due to the ongoing pandemic around the world, it is very difficult for me to stay away from my family for such a long time. I wish to confirm you that this is entirely my personal decision and I truly enjoyed working with CAN & its players who are extremely co-operative to me throughout the entire tenure,” he added.
Source | timesnownews.com