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David Moore set to be named Bangladesh's Head of Programme

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David Moore set to be appointed Bangladesh's Head of Programme

The Bangladesh Cricket Board is planning to appoint David Moore as Head of Programme, similar to how Directors of Coaching are appointed in other areas of the world. As previously reported, the Bangladesh Cricket Board is looking to hire a head of programme, and its CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury told this website on Wednesday that Moore's hiring is almost certain.

"We are all set to appoint him (Moore) as our head of programme," Nizamuddin said. "Usually in this kind of position a candidate is appointed for two years," he added.

The Head of Programme will be tasked with closing the gap between the national team and other units that are close behind, such as the High-Performance Unit and the Bangladesh Tigers programme.

Moore was hired as the NSW general manager of cricket performance in 2014 after playing one first-class game for New South Wales in the 1980s. Moore was the West Indies' interim head coach after Bennett King's resignation in 2007, and he later served as Bermuda's coach as well. Moore worked as a senior coach at Australia's Centre of Excellence from 2002 to 2004.

Moore joined Bennett King at the Commonwealth Bank Cricket Academy (CBCA) in Adelaide in 2002 and then relocated to the West Indies with King in 2004 after King succeeded Gus Logie as head coach. Moore took over as West Indies' head coach immediately after King quit due to the team's dismal performance in the 2007 World Series.

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