Pakistani cricketer Younis Khan walks out to insepct the pitch with coach Bob Woolmer at Uxbridge, England. Bob Woolmer today said he would continue in his post as Pakistan coach, although admitting he had contemplated resigning in the wake of the ball-tampering row that has threatened to wreck the team's tour of England. Woolmer, who some press reports suggested was on the verge of resigning, said: "Throughout this whole affair I have remained solidly behind the Pakistan team and captain. And, in a separate announcement, Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shaharyar Khan insisted the side would go ahead with the one-day international leg of the tour. Pakistan had threatened to boycott the remainder of their tour if captain Inzamam-ul-Haq was banned as a result of charges of ball-tampering and bringing cricket into disrepute following their forfeiture of the fourth and final Test against England at The Oval. The team were incensed by the decision of on-field umpires Darrell Hair and Billy Doctrove to award England five penalty runs on Sunday because they believed Pakistan had illegally altered the condition of the ball and refused to take the field in protest.