Bangladesh coach Stuart Law quits

Bangladesh coach Stuart Law has resigned from his position as the team’s coach citing family reasons.

Bangladesh had named the Australian as their new coach for their national cricket team, replacing his compatriot Jamie Siddons, in June 2011.

Law has served almost one year of a two-year contract since replacing his fellow Australian, Jamie Siddons, who failed to bring Bangladesh out of their loosing streak in the past.

Law said that the reason he is resigning is because his family is moving from United Kingdom to Australia because of which he had to resign. He said his resignation will be in effect from June 30.

Law has served as assistant to Sri Lanka’s coach Trevor Bayliss in 2009 until Trevor’s resignation after their loss in the last World Cup.