Younus leaves NCA coaching course, as no housing provided to the star cricketer


Lahore, April 16 (TNS):  Former Pakistani cricketer Younus Khan left the National Cricket Academy (NCA) where he was invited for a level three coaching course on Monday as no room was provided to the legendary cricketer who has 10,000 test runs to his name, in the academy.

According to Khan, the NCA sent an invitation to him through email for the coaching course to which the player obliged. The cricket arrived a day before the course.

But when he arrived at the training centre of the academy he was not treated well by the staff of the administration. NCA is the biggest training centre and cricket academy in the country but failed to treat the batsman with courtesy.

The star cricketer complained in a video statement: “I was given the room of a senior management member to stay in. I have decided to leave because I don’t feel I should coach at a place where this has happened and I have been given the room of someone else,”

The cricketer added that it is against his principles to use a room of someone else without their consent.

An apology has been issued by the administration of NCA, however in which they have recognized their frailties and the difficulties the star batsman had to face.