LAHORE The Pakistan Cricket Board has approached former South African coach Mickey Arthur for taking up a full-time coaching job with the national team. Sources in the board were quoted by PTI as saying that Arthur has been contacted by the PCB but so far he has not responded. Arthur recently stepped down as national coach after having selection issues with the South African Cricket Board and selectors. In his tenure, South Africa climbed up the rankings which raised his profile as an international coach. Arthurs name was suggested by former Australian captain Greg Chappell who was initially approached with an offer but he turned it down politely because of his commitments with cricket Australia and its academy, one source said. Raja tells Younus to improve behaviour Pakistan former skipper Rameez Raja has advised Younus Khan to improve his behaviour, ESPN reports on Sunday. Younus had picked up a fight with a spectator and even dragged him into the dressing room during a Karachi Champions League match after being mobbed by the crowd. Raja said such things are expected to happen when you play in a local tournament, so senior players should avoid playing those. Once Younus decided to play he should have been mentally prepared to face all types of situation because it is not uncommon in Pakistan for spectators to try to mob or pester players during matches at the club level, he told reporters in Dubai. He said the images and stories about the incident were disappointing and not a good advertisement for the players or the sport. It was not a pretty sight to see Younus forcibly dragging the young fellow into the dressing room. I dont know why Younus reacted like this or what happened later in the dressing room but there is no doubt that Younus should have shown restraint and he seriously needs to change his attitude and behaviour, the cricketer-turned commentator said. Rameez said Younus should make a comeback with a changed and positive attitude. As it is, Pakistan cricket is going through tough times and we really dont need such incidents at all specially involving a captain and senior like Younus, he said. Psychologist Maqbool Babri, who counseled Pakistani cricketers in the recent past, said Younus reaction was a result of the frustration and anger he was feeling inside. PM convenes sports officials meeting Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani has convened a meeting on Tuesday of all the sports bodies of the country to chalk up a strategy for promotion of sports in the country.All the leading sports bodies like Pakistan Cricket Board, and Pakistan Hockey Federation will be represented at the meeting which will take stock of the prevailing sports scenario in the country. The meeting will review the measures required for uplift of sports and to enable national players to bring ever more laurels for the country in international sports competitions, it was officially learnt. The PM is likely to impress upon the sports officials to create a conducive sports infrastructure in the country and generate a sports culture which can be easily and popularly integrated in the national life.