Lahore, Jun 17: Sacked Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi was on Jun 16 fined 4.5 million rupees by the PCB disciplinary committee after he pleaded guilty to breaching the Cricket Board's Code of Conduct at a hearing here.
A reliable source in the Board told PTI that Afridi pleaded guilty before the four-member committee to the charges of violating his central contract clauses in unilaterally announcing his retirement and criticising the PCB and its officials.
Afridi was, however, granted no-objection certificate to play in foreign leagues. He will now be able to play for English county side Hampshire and in Sri Lanka Premier League.
"Afridi has, however, been given a no-objection certificate to go and play in foreign leagues," the source said.