I think Rashid may have damaged himself with a self-inflicted wound. With his badmouthing of his employer when things don't turn out his way, who would hire him again? The costs of things going wrong are just too great for any national associations to consider hiring him. Even if he gets an offer the terms will be stacked against him. Also, I can appreciate national players belonging to BAM playing in other countries' super or premier league, provided they get clearance from BAM and it is in the interest of the players' development and is not inconsistent with BAM's overall strategy. However, I have serious doubts and questions about BAM's coaches coaching in the other countries' super leagues even if the calender allows time for them. This is a conflict of interest because coaches cannot be seen to share secrets of their national charges' strengths, weakness, and strategy with other countries' players. This is tantamount to selling state secrets. To even consider allowing coaches to coach in other countries' super leagues is obscene, let alone giving them any clearance to do so.