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Tom Moody wants to focus more on Rangpur’s Domestic Players

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Tom Moody wants to focus more on Rangpur’s Domestic Players

Post by Cricket_Mad on Wed Oct 25, 2017 5:50 pm

Tom Moody who is the head coach of Mustafizur’s Sunrisers Hyderabad too, reached Dhaka on Tuesday and has started his work today. During his training session with the domestic players at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur, he talked to the reporters and shared his views.

He said, “To me it is also about developing players. I have come here a couple of days early because I was keen to work with domestic players before the international players come. It is important that I know them personally, know their games, build a relationship and trust each other.”

Former head coach of Sri Lanka added, “We have got some experienced players. Experience is important in any format and T20 is no exception. It is important for me that the experienced players share their knowledge and expertise among the group so we grow and develop collectively.”

The 5th season of BPL will be started from 4th November and Moody thinks his love for working in the subcontinent will help him to bring success for Rangpur Riders.

He said to ESPNCricinfo, “I have always enjoyed the challenge of working in the sub-continent, which is why I took over the opportunity to coach Sri Lanka in 2005.”

Tom Moody concluded, “I could have easily stayed in the comfort zone of working in Australia or England. I am challenging myself in different environments and cultures. I thoroughly enjoyed my time in Sri Lanka and in the IPL. This is a challenge that I have experienced, so I welcomed it with open arms.”

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