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SBD Global/May 16, 2014/Leagues and Governing Bodies
Pakistan Cricket Board Announces It Will Increase Cricketers' Contracts By 25%
Published May 16, 2014
ASHRAF AUDIT: Awan reported in a separate piece an internal comprehensive audit by the PCB covering the "22-month span of former chairman Zaka Ashraf's administration has pointed to a staggering level of financial extravagance, with especially lavish spending on travel." Ashraf has "denied any irregularities and called it a smear campaign against him." Ashraf had been "dismissed earlier this year" by Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif, the PCB patron, who "also dissolved the board of governors." The main reason for that was a "slew of alleged financial irregularities and mismanagement of the board" (PAKISTAN TODAY, 5/14).