PCB Doubles Player Salaries, Removes 10 Players From The Central Contract

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has constantly kept up a high number of players who are offered central contracts. Be that as it may, in another improvement, the board has chosen to move things around. 

PCB chose to diminish the quantity of players from 35 to 25, keeping in mind the end goal to expand the compensations for the players will’s identity issued  central contracts. 

Already, players were offered a most extreme of Rs. 0.5 million as a month to month retainer fee. The updated contract details are as below:

Category      Previous Contract       New Contract 

A                     Rs. 0.5 million               Rs. 1 million 

B                     Rs. 0.35 million               Rs. 0.7 million 

C                      Rs. 0.2 million               Rs. 0.5 million 

D                      Rs. 0.1 million               Rs. 0.3 million 

As indicated by the official points of interest, just a single player has been downgraded from Category A, which is Mohammad Hafeez. Babar Azam will make space for Hafeez in Category B as he is elevated to the most astounding level. 

This isn’t an unexpected move as Hafeez is gradually however most likely dropping out of the Pakistan squad — his knocking down some pins activity, age and capacity to perform at the largest amount are every one of the a factor. Though the eventual fate of Pakistan cricket lies at the feet of Babar Azam, who is one of the best positioned batsmen in constrained overs cricket. 

Shadab Khan and Fakhar Zaman are additionally anticipated that would be elevated to higher classes. 

The total rundown of players will be declared in the coming weeks. The rundown of players was settled by a four-part advisory group including boss selector Inzamam-ul-Haq, head mentor Mickey Arthur, Pakistan commander Sarfraz Ahmad and PCB Director Cricket Haroon Rasheed. 

It stays to be seen whether PCB will likewise build the per-coordinate charges for every player too or not. Moreover, the individual and group rewards are also expected to be revised.

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