Will comply with court order, says PCB

Updated: 07 June 2011 22:38 IST

The Pakistan Cricket Board has said it would comply with all the orders of the Sindh High Court, which issued a stay order on the disciplinary proceedings against Pakistan's sacked One-day captain Shahid Afridi on Tuesday.

Karachi:

The Pakistan Cricket Board has said it would comply with all the orders of the Sindh High Court, which issued a stay order on the disciplinary proceedings against Pakistan's sacked One-day captain Shahid Afridi on Tuesday.

Subhan Ahmed, the Chief Operating Officer of the board told PTI that the PCB would defend its disciplinary case against Afridi in the High Court at the hearing on Thursday.

"We will be contesting the petition filed by Afridi but whatever orders the court gives we will comply with that," he said.

Earlier on the day, the feud between Afridi and PCB reached the courts with the Sindh High Court issuing a stay order on the disciplinary proceedings against the allrounder, whose lawyers had filed a petition.

Topics : Cricket Mohammad Asif Stuart Broad Shahid Afridi Zaheer Abbas
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