Sri Lanka To Re-Appoint Jayasuriya as Chief Selector
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka Cricket is set to reappoint previous commander Sanath Jayasuriya as boss selector a year after he ventured down from the position.
Sri Lanka Cricket boss Thilanga Sumathipala said Tuesday that Jayasuriya has consented to take up the part however his arrangement should be affirmed by the games priest.
Sumathipala says active boss selector and previous batting star Aravinda de Silva will likewise be held as a counselor.
The proposed arrangements are a piece of changes after Sri Lanka’s first-round way out in the wake of completing fourth in Group 1 at the as of late closed World Twenty20 competition.
Jayasuriya played 586 worldwide matches for Sri Lanka over all arrangements, scoring 21,032 runs and taking 440 wickets.
He was beforehand named boss selector in 2013, however surrendered a year ago after feedback by another games priest of the determination process.
De Silva had been designated to the position in the blink of an eye before the World Twenty20 on a transient premise after the sacking of a determination board drove by previous national group crease bowler Kapila Wijegunawardene.
Sumathipala additionally said that’s SL will likely give Angelo Mathews and Dinesh Chandimal a long keep running as chief and bad habit commander, and to construct a steady group around them.
Sri Lanka has needed to manage the retirement of Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene a year ago, has drooped to a progression of thrashings as of late.
Sri Lanka starts a voyage through England in May, playing test, one-day and Twenty20 matches, furthermore goes to Ireland for two one-day internationals.