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    candel Issue settled, Iíll return home soon: Lawson

    LAHORE: Former coach of Pakistan cricket team Geoff Lawson said that all of his monetary issues have been settled with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and he would go back to Australia as soon he gets the plane seat.

    Talking with media after a 15-minute meeting with director-general PCB Saleem Altaf at the Gaddafi Stadium, Lawson said that his good wishes are with the PCB and the players.

    He said that it was a different experience for him as for as the culture is concerned but he got ample chances of learning here.

    Lawson said that he would come again to visit the beautiful parts of Pakistan.

    The former Pakistan coach said he spent very good time with the Pakistan team and watched the talented and great players by sitting in the dressing room.

    Lawson said that he has given interviews for coaching assignment and he has also an option of commentary but he would decide it after returning to Australia.

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    candel Monetary issues settled between PCB and Lawson

    LAHORE: The conflict of the monetary issues between the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the axed coach of the national cricket team Geoff Lawson has been settled here on Monday.

    The PCB will pay Lawson further $30,000 on the account of bonus which was made the part of his contract on Pakistanís reaching the final of the tournament in Toronto.

    In an unofficial talk with media at the Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, Saleem Altaf said that there is no conflict with Geoff Lawson regarding payment. There were dues of $30,000 on account of bonus which the board would pay him.

    He said that the final decision for holding or not holding Test series between Pakistan and the West Indies would be made by Tuesday.

    Replying to a question, Saleem Altaf said that the trainer of the team David Dyer would continue to work with the team at the moment and he would be with the national team in Abu Dahbi.

    Meanwhile, Geoff Lawson after meeting with Saleem Altaf said that he spent good time in Pakistan and with the Pakistan team.

    He said that he has an offer for commentary in future while he has also given interviews for coaching and he would finalize his future strategy viewing the options.

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