Former South African and legendary bowler Allan Donald has been made Bangladesh tempo bowling coach which stays vacant following the resignation of Otis Gibson.
This Protea legend who is taken into account one of many South Africa nationwide cricket staff’s most profitable tempo bowlers will work with Bangladesh until T20 World Cup which is slated to be held in Australia from October 16, 2022, to November 13, 2022.
Allan Donald coached England cricket staff from Might to September in 2007. Donald was a coach at Warwickshire County Cricket Membership, and in partnership with fellow coach Ashley Giles helped the county to win the Second Division of the County Championship in 2008.
Donald coached the reigning Zimbabwean home champions, Mountaineers, in 2010. He served because the bowling coach for the New Zealand cricket staff for the ODI collection towards Pakistan and the 2011 Cricket World Cup.
In July 2011 Donald was drafted into Gary Kirsten’s teaching staff as bowling coach to the South African cricket staff. Kirsten left his publish in Might 2013, and Russell Domingo was appointed as his substitute. Donald was the bowling coach of South Africa below head coach Domingo; he was changed by Charl Langeveldt. Donald was additionally the bowling coach of Royal Challengers Bangalore within the Indian Premier League.
Donald was appointed assistant coach at Kent County Cricket Membership in early 2017. He was anticipated to hitch the county at the beginning of the 2017 season however was denied a piece allow as he didn’t, on the time, maintain an appropriate teaching qualification. Consequently, in April 2017, Sri Lanka employed Donald as bowling marketing consultant for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 and Donald didn’t work with Kent through the 2017 season.
He was profitable in acquiring his Stage 3 teaching qualification throughout 2017 and formally joined Kent in early 2018, main the staff through the 2017–18 Regional Super50 competitors forward of the 2018 English season. In July 2019, Donald was inducted into the ICC Cricket Corridor of Fame.
In February 2020, he was appointed head coach of the Knights franchise for the upcoming 2020/21 season.
He performed for South Africa from 1991 to 2003. He performed 72 Assessments for South Africa and took 330 wickets at a median of twenty-two.2 with 2.83 economies. He took 272 wickets in 164 ODI with a median of 21.8.
Bangladesh are scheduled to tour South Africa for 3 ODIs and two Assessments with the opening fixture scheduled for March 18.