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Dave Whatmore, Coach of Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Zimbabwe

Dav Whatmore
Dav Whatmore celebrating with the Bangladeshi team

Dav Whatmore’s first coaching stint was with a Sri Lankan side which was still finding it’s feat at the international level. Under Dav Whatmore, Arjuna Ranatunga guided to Sri Lanka’s to it’s first World Cup victory in 1996, when Sri Lanka defeated Australia in the finals at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.

In his second international coaching stint, where he coached a relatively new Bangladeshi team on the international scene, Bangladesh registered it’s first test match victory in 2005, first victory over India in 2004, first victory over Australia in 2005 and then defeating India and South Africa at the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup. The Bangladeshi Cubs started the transformation to Bangladeshi Tigers under him.

Whatmore then coached Pakistan, who won the Asia Cup under him, and is currently the coach of ever improving Zimbabwe side who had stopped voluntarily given up their test match status for a year.

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