Mohammad Salahuddin

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Mohammad Salahuddin
Personal information
Full nameMohammad Salahuddin
RoleCoach
Domestic team information
YearsTeam
2005–2010Bangladesh
2013Sylhet Royals
2015–2016Comilla Victorians
2016–2017Chittagong Vikings

Mohammad Salahuddin is a Bangladeshi cricket coach and former assistant coach of the Bangladesh and Singapore national cricket teams. A graduate of Jahangirnagar University,[1] he played domestic cricket for six years until injury ended his career and he became a part-time coach in 1997. After a number of successes he joined the national side as a fielding coach in 2005 until leaving in 2010 to work in Malaysia as a university team coach.[1] He is a former coach of the Bangladesh Premier League side Comilla Victorians and led them to their victory in 2015–16 Bangladesh Premier League, and also coached then Sylhet Royals to the race to the final stage of the 2013 BPL.[2][3] He also coached Chittagong Vikings in 2016, helping them on their way to the eliminator.[4] Though no longer working with the national side, several Bangladeshi cricketers consider him a mentor including Shakib Al Hasan, Tamim Iqbal, Mushfiqur Rahim and Mominul Haque.[1][5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Bishwajit Roy. "The coach the Tigers swear by". The Daily Star.
  2. ^ "Salahuddin to coach new BPL side Comilla Victorians". ESPN Cricinfo.
  3. ^ "'Sylhet Royals' turns into 'Comilla Victorians'". BDCricTime.
  4. ^ "BPL KNOCKING THE DOOR: KEY TEAMS AND THEIR STRENGTHS". Dakpeon24.
  5. ^ Isam, Mohammad. "Technical change brings prolific run for Mominul". CricInfo. ESPN. Retrieved 1 February 2018.