West Indies legend Shivnarine Chanderpaul is reportedly not expected to renew his contract as Head Coach of the USA Women’s Senior and U-19 Cricket Teams after the 2023 U-19 Women’s World Cup in South Africa.

Chanderpaul was appointed in July of this year.

Last week, USA Cricket announced its U19 Women’s team for the World Cup, and the new development has come in as a massive surprise for the board.

“We already have half a dozen renowned head coaches disconnected from the National team(s) since the new board is in place and I doubt if Shivnarine will renew his contract after the U19 world cup in South Africa. I had a word with Shivnarine Chanderpaul’s manager and he has confirmed that he will not consider extending or renewing Chanderpaul’ s contract after the Women’s U19 World Cup in SA,” said USA Cricket Hall of Famer Jatin Patel at the Atlanta Cricket League Banquet in Mumbai last week.

Chanderpaul started his role as head coach with immense success for the national team and in franchise cricket.

In July, he led the USA U-19 Women’s team to a title in the CWI Women’s U-19 Championship where they defeated hosts and defending champions, Trinidad and Tobago, in the final.

The ICC Hall of Famer then led the Jamaica Tallawahs to their third Caribbean Premier League (CPL) title in September.

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