Kabir Khan confirmed to the BBC Pashto service to have sent an SMS to Dr. Zakhilwal during the tour, but denies that it should have been his resignation. Kabir Khan, however says if the ACB manegment wants him to leave the post, he will do it.
This is not the first time Hamid Shinwari is trying to push Kabir Khan to leave his job. According to Afgcric's sources he and some of the ACB manegment have met just after WCL1 where they tried to find ways on how to get rid of Kabir Khan.
Hamid Shinwari also tells BBC that they do not have to look after compensation for Kabir Khan, as the current batting coach Rashid Latif is ready to take over.
Rashid Latif, however says to the BBC that he will think on whether he will continue to work with ACB.
"I came to the ACB on recommendation of Kabir Khan, I am not sure whether I will continue to collaborate with the ACB if Kabir no longer is a part of it.
Kabir Khan has been coaching Afghanistan since October 2008. In that time, they have won ICC World Cricket League Division 4,3, gaind ODI status, qualified for T20 World Cup, current leader of ICC intercontential Cup and won various ACC tournaments including ACC Elite Trophy as well ACC T20 Cup,
The Afghan squad arrives in Kabul on Thursday morning, and Kabir Khan’s resignation will be a hot issue in the media.
If the situation ends with resignation of Kabir Khan, it will be a huge blow to the future of cricket in Afghanistan.