MUMBAI - More than two and half years after his father's death under, Dale Woolmer, the son of late Bob Woolmer, has said that he would have been happier to see his father coach India or the West Indies rather than the Pakistan team. "My father was born in India (Kanpur's Georgina McRobert Memorial Hospital) and hence my family would have loved to see him coach the Men in Blue and also the West Indies because he loved Barbados." It may be noted here that the late Pakistani coach had visited his birthplace two years before his demise where the labour room and operation theatre is named after him. As the Champions Trophy is being played in South Africa, the late Woolmer's adopted home, Dale Woolmer is keenly following Pakistan team's progress. He added from London (where he is a primary school teacher), "I saw the Pakistanis win against the second string West Indian side and am looking forward to the Indo-Pak showdown on the September 26 ." Interestingly, the Cape Town-based Mrs Gill Bob Woolmer and Russell Woolmer, Dale's brother, are unlikely to witness any of the CT matches involving Pakistan because the matches are being held in Johannesburg and Centurion but have given their best wishes to the Pak team at their Sandton Sun Hotel in Johannesburg. Dale Woolmer rates Pakistan's chances of winning the CT very high with Younis Khan at the helm (since indisposed due to injury). He further added, "I regularly text senior Pakistan player and have been in touch with them since my father's death." "My family has also received the "Sitara-e-Imtiaz" announced posthumously by the then President of Pakistan, Pervez Musharraf, and it holds a place of pride in my home back in Cape Town." "My family's proposal to hold an Indo-Pak match in the memory of my late father has not received any positive response from the PCB," he signed off.