Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has chosen to fine cricketers who are caught “sleeping” in the locker room during the current Test series against Australia. News that some players were sleeping in the locker room led to the decision to keep a close eye on players who weren’t playing in the game.
Pak VS Aus: PCB fines ‘ill-disciplined’ cricketers $500
Sources who know about the situation said this. “The players were told about what was going to happen and were warned.” It’s done because Team Director Mohammad Hafeez told us to.” Sources say that any player caught breaking the code of conduct will be fined $500. They also say that it will take time to break old habits.
Sources say that the players used to sleep in the locker room when the previous management was in charge. They have now been told that this will not be allowed anymore. The second Test of the three-match series is going on right now in Melbourne, Australia. The Green Shirts in Perth lost the first match. The third Test will start on January 3 in Sydney.
It’s important to note that Hafeez has taken over as team director from Mickey Arthur after the World Cup 2023 shake-up, in which the PCB Management Committee, led by Zaka Ashraf, fired everyone in charge. The board has also changed the fielding and bowling teachers as well as the support staff.