LAHORE - Another former Test cricketer is likely to part ways with the PCB. Miffed at being dumped as the national team's assistant coach, former Pakistan pacer Aaqib Javed is yet to report to the National Academy in Lahore to resume his position as head coach there. Aaqib was dumped without being given any reason last week when the Pakistan Cricket Board announced the players and officials for the Champions Trophy. "Aaqib himself is unhappy at the treatment meted out to him by the board and will be meeting PCB chairman Ejaz Butt later this week to discuss his future in the board," a PCB official was quoted by PTI. Reports at the academy said while everyone was speculating about why Aaqib had not resumed his duties at the academy, no one knew for sure whether the board had issued him the required letter transferring him back to his duties as head coach. "Obviously without board directives in writing Aaqib can't do anything," one source said. Sources in the board said Aaqib's ouster came due to negative reports about him by chief coach Intikhab Alam who felt Aaqib was getting too deeply involved with some of the senior players. Captain Younis Khan was also not satisfied with Aaqib's presence in the team. The former pacer has been replaced by Mohtashim Rasheed, a low key former first-class player who was until last year the fielding coach of the team. Sources said the elevation of Mohtashim's elder brother, Haroon Rasheed, as the acting director of the National Academy in Lahore might have also have played some role in convincing Butt to select Mohtashim for the prime position. Sources said Aaqib has in protest refused to rejoin the national academy and work under Haroon until he meets the board chairman to discuss his grievances. Aaqib, who was a member of the 1992 World Cup winning team, has been a board employee at the academy for last two years.