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Stay home, be careful, be safe: Domingo to cricketers





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|| CF Correspondent ||
After the Zimbabwe series the Bangabandhu Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League has been postponed along side the Pakistan series also. Every player asked to be in self isolation. In this situation Domingo have a short message to his pupil,
“The BCB made the right decision (postponing the game). I will tell to the cricketers that first of all is safety. Stay home, be careful, be safe. Follow the governments orders, what the doctors are saying," in an interview to he said that.
Cricketing event all around the world has been suspended due to coronavirus pandemic. Coaching staffs vacation has been prolonged for this reason after Zimbabwe series. Bangladesh team head coach is also got stuck due to it, but being stuck he delivered some advise to his cricketers.


Everyone was expected to return between Friday and Saturday if the situation was normal. But head of the BCB's cricket management committee, Akram Khan said that the coaches are in need to hurry or have any kind tension regarding coming back, they will be informed after the situation is under control.
"The coaches have been informed that there is no need to return. Everyone will be informed when to return to Bangladesh, after monitoring the situation."

BCBs newly appointed head of physical performance Nick Lee joined the work, but later this former English player also has been sent back to home also.

Domingo didn't wanted to have this leave in this circumstances. However, due to professional busyness, he had to stay away from family for a long time. The head coach of Bangladesh told that he is using this spare time to spend with his family.

"Thus, the holiday is never desirable. Then again we have to accept the reality. Spending full time with family. Hope that, the catastrophe will end fast around the world.”