Karachi: Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shaharyar Khan has issued a clear warning to disgraced Pakistan pacer Mohammad Aamir that anymore misbehaviour or attitude problem would not be tolerated from the young cricketer.
PCB's match referee fined Aamir 150 per cent of his match fees for violating the code of conduct during a Quad-e-Azam Trophy qualifying match between Sui Southern Gas and PIA in Faisalabad. Aamir was docked for using abusive language and arguing with the PIA players.
The PCB chief was upset with the behaviour of Aamir, who is presently on a rehabilitation program alongwith for him, Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif after they completed their five-year bans for spot fixing in September.
"Aamir has been fined because he used abusive language and misbehaved. Considering he has just come from completing a spot fixing ban if he doesn't behave or respect his fellow players I am afraid he has no place in the Pakistan team as long as I am there," Khan said.
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