James Faulkner’s allegations false and misleading : PCB
Quetta Gladiators all-rounder James Faulkner had been paid 70% of the concurred amount by the Pakistan Cricket Board, sources told Geo News.
Earlier today, Faulkner had pulled out from the ongoing Pakistan Super League and faulted the PCB for not “respecting” his contractual agreement.
Sources conscious of the matter said that the PCB had deposited the amount in his bank.
The sources said that Faulkner wanted PCB to credit the amount in another bank account. At the point when the board asked the all-rounder to return the paid amount so the money could be deposited to his other bank account, yet he denied.
Sources likewise said that Australian was requesting extra money from Gladiators.
Officials, conscious of the matter, likewise shared that Faulkner before his takeoff, affected by alcohol, harmed PC hotel’s property and had to pay harms at the time of check-out.
At Lahore immigration, he again acted mischievously with the security staff who have as of now raised the make a difference to the higher authorities, the sources added.
It is relevant to make mention to here that the PCB had let the players know that the leftover 30% of the concurred amount will be deposited inside 40 days after the conclusion of the season.
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