Shoaib says satisfied with PCB decision

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

LAHORE: Pakistan paceman Shoaib Akhtar has expressed satisfaction over the decision of the Pakistan Cricket Board appellate committee saying that the issue could have been better solved in closed doors.

The PCB committee has set aside fine imposed by the team manager on Shoaib Akhtar on Monday and ordered a fresh inquiry into alleged breach of discipline by the bowler.
Akhtar talking to media here said that the board should give its attention to promotion of cricket in the country instead of getting involved in issuing letters.

He said he was focusing his full attention to cricket.

Akhtar said his star value has been intact and he has also received offer from the Indian Cricket League. He said the ICL men were still in contact with him, however he has decided not to play the Indian League and will be available for the national duty.

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