England security chief says ring of steel surrounding Bangladesh tour will become the norm: 'People thought sport was exempt from terrorist threat but that's proved not to be the case'
Reg Dickason stood on the outfield in front of the pavilion at the Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium on Wednesday night, watching Jos Buttler holding aloft the trophy that the England team had just won for sealing a 2-1 ODI series victory against Bangladesh.
For the players, most of whom would travel home to England the next day, it marked an ending of sorts. For Dickason, it did not.
Sure, there was some satisfaction to be had. The one-day segment of the controversial tour of Bangladesh was over and despite the fears of two players who had refused to travel, Eoin Morgan and Alex Hales, it had... read more
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