Sunday, March 4, 2012

PCB serves show cause notice to Yousuf

The Pakistan Cricket Board is demanding Mohammad Yousuf return 10 million rupees ($124,000) it spent on the star batsman's legal case in India involving his seesawing contract negotiations with rival Twenty20 leagues.

"Today, we have served him a show cause notice and if he doesn't return the money, we will file a lawsuit in a civil court to recover money," PCB lawyer Shan Gul told The Associated Press.

Yousuf re-joined the non-sanctioned Indian Cricket League on Wednesday, forcing the PCB to suspend him from playing in or for Pakistan.

Yousuf signed for the ICL last year, but the PCB …

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