LAHORE (Agencies) - The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is not pleased with the behaviour of the teams outgoing coach Waqar Younis, who is reportedly interfering in the teams selection on the Zimbabwean tour. A PCB official stated, Waqars being stubborn, doesnt listen to anybody and selects the players that he wants. Fortunately, we won the Test, but the decision to play Umar Akmal instead of Asad Shafiq was not beyond comprehension. The official further added, It was decided beforehand to give every player a chance, but not at the expense of other upcoming player. Waqar is selecting individuals on personal likes and dislikes, which is not the first time hes done that. However, there are lesser chances of the board taking action against Waqar, who will not be a part of the team after the completion of the series against Zimbabwe as he had already announced his retirement. This is not the first time that the former fast bowler of Pakistan has been alleged of interfering in the selection matters. He had been involved in a dispute with former skipper Shahid Afridi over the same issue. Afridi and Waqar had developed some serious differences after the ICC World Cup 2011. However, the former felt that the limits were crossed when the team toured West Indies for a complete series. Soon after returning from the Caribbean tour, Afridi slammed the coach for his unnecessary involvement in the selection matters. However, the board decided to penalise him for breaching the boards code of conduct. He was sacked from captaincy and Misbah-ul-Haq was given charge of the team. This did not please the veteran player and he decided to quit international cricket until a new management was formed. Waqars exit from the team might now see Afridi back in action, but it will not be an easy task for him to get the leadership of the team back from Misbah, who has done well as captain of the team.