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Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Hafeez, Wahab Riaz & Mohammed Amir to Get ‘A’ Category Match Fees After Contract Snub

Senior cricketers Shoaib Malik, Muhammad Hafeez, Wahab Riaz and Muhammad Aamir have obtained a pay increase after being denied central contracts by the Pakistan Cricket Board. The quartet has been knowledgeable that since they do not have central contracts they’ll now obtain match charges within the ‘A’ class which they have been beforehand being paid within the ‘C’ class.

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“The four had voiced their reservations to the board’s CEO, Wasim Khan that they are being treated unfairly that despite not being given central contracts they are not being paid match fees in the highest category reserved for seniors,” a well-informed supply stated. “Previously after the central contracts were announced and they were not named in the list, they were paid fees for playing for the national team in the ‘C’ category which roughly came to around 202,000 rupees for a ODI and lesser for a T20 international.” The supply stated that the 4 will now get match charges within the ‘A’ class which shall be round 460,000 for ODIs and 330,000 for T20 worldwide roughly per match.

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The board, nevertheless, did not entertain one other request from the gamers that additionally they be given some compensation for lacking out on overseas T20 league contracts due to nationwide responsibility. “The board has said that it cannot give any compensation for this and the players have to give priority to national duty,” he added.

Hafeez lately suffered a lack of round 10 million rupees for having to drag out of the Sri Lankan premier league after he was named within the touring squad for New Zealand. Although Hafeez solely performs white-ball cricket like the opposite three with Malik solely focussing on T20 format, the board additionally did not settle for his request that he be allowed to hitch the crew late in New Zealand.

“He was told that due to the quarantine and isolation requirements in New Zealand he has to go with the team or miss out if he wants to go and play in the Lanka premier league which starts from 17 November,” the supply stated. Muhammad Aamir and Malik have at present gone to Sri Lanka for the Lanka Premier League as they weren’t named within the touring squad for New Zealand.


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