Inking a deal with Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) back in 2016, it is time for the former West Indian pacer Courtney Walsh to bid farewell to the team. However, the former skipper has no regrets as he added that he informed the cricket board about not being able to continue his services after World Cup – a decision which saw BCB hiring the prowess of ex South Africa paceman Charl Langeveldt.
Recently, the 56-year old opened up about his experience of coaching Bangladesh’s pace battery. Walsh lauded Bangladesh’s quicks as he added that he shared a great time by learning a lot of things about the International game. However, he cleared that his plans now revolve around West Indies team as he is interested to mentor them.
The Jamaica born while sharing his love for his country added that West Indies has always remained an integral part of his life and that is why he wants to help the national team ameliorate their skills. It is important to note that no official word from Cricket West Indies has come out regarding Walsh’s wish.