Squabbling clubs keep on trainingStaff Correspondent
Though the top three clubs disagreed with the decision of resuming the Dhaka Premier League on April 10, they continued to practise at different venues on Sunday.
All three clubs – Abahan, Mohammedan and Victoria – vowed to defy the Bangladesh Cricket Board decision of resuming the league that remained suspended since March 28.
But their players and coaches were least interested in table game and are keeping themselves ready just in case the clubs soften their position and decide to return to the field
‘We practised indoors and all our players are ready to play if the club ask them to do so,’ said Mohammedan coach Sohel Islam.
Abahani opener Anamul Haque, who scored a century against Victoria but found himself in an awkward position as his club refrained from defending the meagre 177 runs, said they also had a practice session in the morning.
‘We practised in the morning but I am not sure if we will return to the field soon. It is up to the officials to decide,’ he said.
Victoria’s Jahirul Islam said they trained in indoor facility in the morning despite them having no clear idea if their club would return to the field.
‘I cannot say anything regarding our participation in the league, but to be frank we are practicing regularly,’ he said
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