The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has accepted the resignation of national team assistant coach Richard Halsall.
BCB CEO Nizam Uddin Chowdhury said: “Richard has officially submitted his resignation. We understand that his decision is from family considerations and he wishes to stay close to home especially to be by the side of his ailing father. The BCB respects his priorities and has accepted the resignation.
‘Richard has been an integral member of the Bangladesh team management during the last four years and part of many successes of the national team. The Board would like to thank Richard for his contribution to Bangladesh cricket and wishes him the very best for his future.”
Halsall in a statement has thanked the BCB: “I wish to thank the board for four brilliant years with the national Team. I have worked alongside some excellent colleagues, and have had so many opportunities to grow and develop in my career.
‘I will always be grateful for how my family was accepted and treated and the great memories of famous victories versus England, Pakistan, India, South Africa, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and Australia will always remain with me. I will never forget my time with the Bangladesh cricket team and wish them every success in the future, he concluded.”