Here’s the real story behind James Faulkner’s withdrawal from PSL

James Faulkner has levelled serious allegations against the Pakistan Cricket Board. The cricketer in a series of tweet accused the PCB of not honouring his contractual agreement.

I apologise to the Pakistan cricket fans. But unfortunately I’ve had to withdraw from the last 2 matches and leave the PSL due to the PCB not honouring my contractual agreement/payments. I’ve been here the whole duration and they have continued to lie to me,” he tweeted.

Real Story:

According to reports, the PCB had paid Faulkner 70 per cent of his salary just as the rest of the players over a week ago. When his payment was transferred to his bank account, he told the PCB that he no longer uses this account and provided them another account’s details.

When the cricket board approached the bank for the refund, they refused which led to the whole controversy. The Australian cricketer refused to play last night’s game against Multan Sultans in protest.

Furthermore, he also broke the chandelier of PC hotel in Lahore too. The PCB then decided to send him back to his country. Not just that, he also misbehaved with the security staff at the immigration.

What are your views on this? Share in the comments bar below.

  • People coming for different country are most Welcome to Pakistan but if someone is misbehaving he must be punished first according to Law, then that person must be sent back to his country.
    Shame on Faulkner for misleading & giving wrong bank details.
    If PCB is giving payments to all other players on time according to contracts so why they will mess about with you Faulkner.
    I think Imran khan should take notice of his misbehaviour & this matter must be reported to Australian cricket board with proofs.


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