Quetta Gladiators left-arm seamer, James Faulkner accused the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) of not honoring their contractual agreement. Because he didn’t receive the amount due to taking part in the tournament. James Faulkner posted on Twitter to slam the PCB and declare that he will not taking part in the event. Because of the ‘disgraceful’ behavior that was displayed by the PCB.
The tweet from James Faulkner caused a fury within the cricketing community and the internet’s users quickly realized that this was the first instance of this kind in the PSL’s history of seven years. Many of the players who have been part of PSL have not complained about this issue as well as the England’s Ravi Bopara had also previously declared that PSL has never made late payments.
The cricketing fraternity of the country began to doubt the validity of the tweet of Faulkner. Based on sources, the tweet of Faulkner isn’t true because PCB has asked Faulkner to withdraw from the tournament , instead of taking the decision at his own discretion.
According to the information, PCB had released 70 percent of the funds into a account provided the bank by James Faulkner however Faulkner demanded that the payment be reversed because the bank account no longer serves him. bank account. The process of making the payment took some time, and was not due to any error by the PCB.
The remaining 30% was set to be paid before the final day of the competition. This was not a good idea with Faulkner who threatened the PCB to return to Australia. It also warn members of the Australian Cricket Board to not send their national team to Pakistan.
According to sources, James Faulkner was intoxicated by alcohol and was also a problem with the security personnel. The staff of the hotel the night. It was reported that Faulkner wearing a helmet. He walked up to the hotel’s chandelier and also threw his bags from the lobby’s upper level towards the hall in the middle of the hotel.