ISLAMABAD-Pakistan's bright future Danish Atlas Khan is all set to leave for Ireland to participate in two international squash events. Talking to The Nation, Danish said: “It is always tough to play against host players because of pathetic and poor standard of refereeing there. I was twice leading 10-8 in second and third games against Abdulla Al Tamimi, but on both occasions, referee gave crucial points against me, which cost me the match.” “Local top player Abdullah Almezayen came to me and accepted I had much better technique and game as compare to him, but he told me before the start of the match that he would win. “Another player, whom I don't want to mention, accepted refereeing was very pathetic and well below the standards. He apologized for poor refereeing, even Kuwaiti team technical head Nasir Zarren accepted the same,” he added. “I will launch official complaint with the PSA and also send written request to PSF to take up the matter with World Squash Federation. “I am grateful to the PSF for arranging Irish visa for me in time and I will return after participation in the events and join the national training camp which certainly helps players in preparing for the prestigious upcoming events,” he concluded.