No personal vendetta against Afridi: Pak board
Lahore: The Pakistan Cricket Board insists that it is not pursuing any personal vendetta against sacked and retired captain Shahid Afridi and has taken action against him as part of a revised process to check indiscipline among players.
"It is a wrong perception that we have any personal vendetta against Afridi. We respect his achievements as a professional player and contribution to the national team. But as far as we are concerned, no one is above discipline," PCB Chief Operating Officer Subhan Ahmed said in an interview.
"As part of our policies in administrative matters of the board, it has been decided that there will be no compromise on discipline. Shahid violated his central contract terms and the code of conduct for players by speaking on sensitive team issues in the media.