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The Englishman looking to make football bigger than cricket in Bangladesh | Ben Fisher

Jamie Day, a former Arsenal trainee, goes into World Cup qualifiers aiming high as manager of Bangladesh

South Korea, Indonesia, Cambodia and then Thailand, for a training camp. The past 12 months read like a backpacker’s paradise but, for Jamie Day, those Asian countries equate to business, pit stops on his journey as the head coach of a cricket-mad nation: Bangladesh.

For the majority of the last year Day has been in Dhaka, one of the world’s densest cities, preparing his side for the 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign, which begins on Thursday against Laos – who are 184th in the Fifa rankings, four places above Bangladesh.

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The Englishman looking to make football bigger than cricket in Bangladesh | Ben Fisher

Jamie Day, a former Arsenal trainee, goes into World Cup qualifiers aiming high as manager of Bangladesh

South Korea, Indonesia, Cambodia and then Thailand, for a training camp. The past 12 months read like a backpacker’s paradise but, for Jamie Day, those Asian countries equate to business, pit stops on his journey as the head coach of a cricket-mad nation: Bangladesh.

For the majority of the last year Day has been in Dhaka, one of the world’s densest cities, preparing his side for the 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign, which begins on Thursday against Laos – who are 184th in the Fifa rankings, four places above Bangladesh.

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