Rhodes joined as Bangladesh head coach on June 7, 2018. Under his guidance, Bangladesh won three Test matches, 17 ODIs and three T20Is
Former Tigers head coach Steve Rhodes officially departed from Bangladesh Thursday as the BCB mutually cut off the deal with him just after their 2019 World Cup campaign.
Rhodes Thursday visited the BCB headquarter at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur to complete the remaining formalities before leaving for England.
The @BCBtigers director and Bangladesh team manager for the @cricketworldcup 2019, Khaled Mahmud believes the board’s decision to discontinue with head coach Steve Rhodes was not based only on the results of the team in the flagship @ICC event.https://t.co/VOsPDFEoDQ#BCBTIGERS— Dhaka Tribune Sports (@Sport_DT) July 9, 2019
BCB president Nazmul Hasan told reporters in London Wednesday that, "Each individual has different styles, I am not saying his style was bad. But there are problems when mentalities don’t match with us."
The Englishman had a contract with the BCB till the World T20I 2020 but it surprisingly parted ways with him after the World Cup in England and Wales.
He returned with the team after Bangladesh’s last group stage match against Pakistan.
Rhodes joined as Bangladesh head coach on June 7, 2018. Under his guidance, Bangladesh won three Test matches, 17 ODIs and three T20Is.