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8 Pakistani players fined 2400 Australia Dollars before world cup

8 Pakistani cricketers are fined just before the starting of 2015 world cup. Players violated team curfew hours hence they have been asked to pay 300 Australian Dollars each as the fine. One PCB official confirmed the news of players fine.

Shahid Afridi and other 7 Pakistan players fined 2400 dollars for violating team curfew.

He said, “Yes, manager Naved Akram Cheema has warned the players that no more transgressions of the code of conduct will be tolerated and they can be sent back home as punishment. After dinner, they went for an outing and returned to the hotel late. They have been fined 300 Australian dollars each.”

Team Manager has warned players not to do such kind of activities in the future. If they want to go outside, they need to take permission.

A source said, “The team manager has made it clear that in future whenever they go out, they must have his clearance first.”

The eight Pakistani players list contain the names of Shahid Afridi, Ahmed Shehzad, Haris Sohail and Wahab Riaz.

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