“There are various reasons behind that decision, that we’re not willing to discuss,” Dharmadasa said. “But Charith (Senanayake ) has not been sacked, because he is still an employee of Sri Lanka Cricket. We will use him in whatever capacity we see fit during the Bangladesh series,” Dharmadasa had told ESPNCricinfo.com.
It also said Charith Senanayake will be replaced as Sri Lanka’s team manager for the upcoming Bangladesh tour of Sri Lanka, but will stay on Sri Lanka Cricket’s payroll until his contract expires on March 31, SLC president Upali Dharmadasa said. SLC have lined up tea industry executive Michael de Zoysa as the new manager, but de Zoysa is yet to officially accept the role.