Former New Zealand captain and Bangladesh’s spin bowling coach Daniel Vettori has requested the BCB to present part of his wage to the Board’s low-income staffers amid the monetary hardship being attributable to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury mentioned Vettori has formally communicated his determination.

“Vettori has mentioned that we must always donate a particular a part of his wage to the BCB’s low-income employees. He has formally knowledgeable the cricket operations committee,” BCB CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury advised the Dhaka-based ‘Prothom Alo’ newspaper.

The quantity that the 41-year-old former spin-bowling all-rounder has determined to donate was not disclosed within the report.

In response to ‘ESPNCricinfo, he’s the highest-paid member of the Bangladesh teaching employees, incomes USD 250,000 for his 100-day contract that runs until the top of the scheduled T20 World Cup later this yr.

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has additionally donated Taka 3.61 crore (USD 428,000 approx.) to assist deal with the disaster.

The nation’s cricketers, together with these within the Beneath-19 class, and the gamers’ affiliation too have contributed within the combat in opposition to COVID-19.

Sports activities our bodies throughout the globe are watching large monetary losses because of the present halt in actions amid the lethal pandemic.

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