LAHORE: Former Pakistan skipper Younis Khan on Monday left a level three coaching course at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) claiming he was not provided with a room to stay in. Younus in a video message said he received an email to attend the coaching course, but when he arrived at the NCA there was no room for him. “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,” Younus said. According to NCA sources, Younus had been invited and not charged the fees for the coaching course. Sources further added that the administration had sent an apology to Younus and that he had to face some difficulties as he arrived a day prior to the course starting.Published in Daily Times, April 17th 2018.