Ratnayake chats with Chandimal

Dinesh Chandimal

Sri Lankan coach Rumesh Ratnayake chats with Dinesh Chandimal during a practice session at Pallekelle Interntional Cricket Stadium in Pallekelle, on August 4, 2011. AFP PHOTO / Lakruwan WANNIARACHCHI.

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Sanki8OH8's picture
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From all I've heard and read about Rumesh Ratnayake, he looks like a cool capable guy for the job. I hope they make him the coach. Sri Lankans have our own style of cricket, why bring in foreign coaches if we have quality local coaches?

fazil00789's picture
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25 February 2010
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wow giving some useful advice for the youngster

Pol adi's picture

Watchout chandimal! ... it's Dilshan on the bulldozer (heavy roller) behind you

..he's still p**sed off with that incident at Lords.

Dhashathe Sumathipala's picture

Absolutely he is getting some super advice i have no doubt about it bravo...

CrikFan's picture
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20 April 2011
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I agree with Sanki8OH8, why import forieng coaches when we have the capacity in our own country....

Chandimal will be the next big thing for SLC

Sachith's picture
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7 August 2011
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What Chandimal lack is experience. This was apparent in the two t20s. I am sure he will show his potential in the ODI series !!!

shan l's picture

looks like he,s teaching chandimaal to play for the half-volly without giving catches to the slips.hehehe d;

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