KARACHI - Pakistan's Ahmed Shehzad has faced yet another blow after he was suspended by the Pakistan Cricket Board for failing a dope test.
He has been sacked as captain of his departmental team in the domestic circuit.
The 26-year old opener has been removed from captaincy by HBL, and his name is not included in the list of probables for the upcoming Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.
He has also been excluded from the PCB’s new central contract for the players.
Shehzad was provisionally suspended and charged by the PCB after an independent review confirmed in July that he tested positive for a banned substance. The cricketer submitted his response to the charge sheet after legal consultation later in the month.