The PCB has presented an obvious code of morals which could have sweeping impacts on different representatives. Its repercussions are probably going to be felt by any semblance of Misbah-ul-Haq, lead trainer and boss selector of the men’s senior group, Urooj Mumtaz, top of the ladies’ wing, and even Wasim Akram, an individual from the cricket board of trustees. The move comes because of expanding investigation on numerous jobs held by different partners, and the possible irreconcilable situations in those jobs.
The extent of the code reaches out past distinguishing jobs exclusively inside PCB, covering authorities working for the PCB in any way, incorporating those engaged with any business action outside of the board, either straightforwardly or through relatives. Under the new code, all workers must impart these subtleties to the board. At that point, in view of the data gave, the PCB could call upon morals officials Salman Naseer (who is the board COO) and Areeba Khalil (from the PCB’s legitimate office) to lead further examination.
While the PCB is alright with Misbah’s double job as lead trainer and boss selector of the men’s senior group, his job as lead trainer of PSL establishment Islamabad United, effectively under a contention cloud, could be influenced. Misbah is on a one-year contract with the establishment, however the new code permits PCB to keep that from proceeding. Misbah’s antecedent, Mickey Arthur, who was lead trainer of Pakistan as well as PSL establishment Karachi Kings, confronted irreconcilable situation charges and protest from different establishments during his residency.