Physio Calefato leaves BCB on compassionate grounds

Julian Calefato, the Bangladesh Cricket Board’s (BCB) national lead physiotherapist and rehabilitation manager, has resigned from his permanent post with the BCB on compassionate grounds.

His fiancée suffered a recurrence of a dangerous disease three months ago, necessitating intensive medical attention for the foreseeable future. Calfeto wishes to remain by her side at this time.

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As a result, after his notice period expires, he will return to the UK at the end of this month.

Calefato agreed to a two-year sabbatical from international cricket with the BCB after completing a two-year spell traveling as the national team physiotherapist.

Following a successful season with Derbyshire County Cricket Club, he re-joined the BCB in January of this year as the national lead physiotherapist and rehabilitation manager located in Dhaka.

The BCB stated in a news release that they would want to thank Julian Calefato for his services and wish him and his family well.

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