Sri Lanka Cricket: Bowling coach Chaminda Vaas resigns from team due to salary controversy | Sri Lanka Cricket: Chaminda Vaas resigns coaching post after three days of appointment due to salary controversy

Colombo: Once upon a time Sri Lanka Cricket was dominated and one day he didn’t think his bad phase would come. Sri Lanka, which has made it to the final of the 2007 and 2011 World Cups, is also suffering seriously at home. At the same time, we do not take the name of the end of the conflict in this team.

Coach quits due to salary dispute

Former Sri Lankan veteran Chaminda Vaas has resigned his post as the national team’s fast bowling coach over a salary dispute with the country’s cricket council. He was appointed to this post only three days ago.

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Chaminda Vaas resigned just before the team left for the tour of the West Indies.

Sri Lanka’s board speaks out on Vas decision

A senior Sri Lankan cricketer said: “We couldn’t agree on his terms, so he resigned.”

SLC said in a statement: “It is disappointing that given the economic climate around the world, Vass has taken sudden and irresponsible action on the eve of the team’s departure for personal financial gain.”

Vas’s big decision before the series

Recently, after the team’s poor performances against South Africa and England, Vas was appointed Sri Lanka’s fast bowling coach in place of Australia’s David Secker last week.

Chaminda Vaas was due to leave the West Indies with the team on Monday for a series of three tests and a series of three tests and three ODI.

The board official said that Vaas (Chaminda Vaas), who was among the top fast bowlers in the country, had also resigned from his position as SLC Academy coach.