The Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) has opened a vacancy for Men’s national cricket team head coach. The position has been blank since Manoj Prabhakar officially resigned from the role on December 15.
The candidate must be ECB/CA level three (or equivalent) accredited to be eligible for the post. Moreover, The contender must have five years of coaching experience at the professional level (i.e. ICC full member/first-class team or associate members) along with a good understanding and knowledge of the ODI cycle and pathways of associate members.
After the end of Jagat Tamata’s tenure in 2019, four coaches have served as Nepal’s national cricket head coach. Nepal’s performance has been below average lately, as the former coach, Manoj Prabhakar, only worked for four months. Prabhakar also hinted there are quarrels among the teammates themselves. Before Prabhakar, Pubudu Dassanayake also worked for just six months in his second role as Nepal’s head coach.