The Pakistan Cricket Board has hit back at Mohammad Aamer for his claim that the PCB did not educate them. Aamer claimed Friday that the PCB did not educate him relating to anti corruption codes. The PCB, in a statement, said: “We would like it known for the record that this claim is in total contradiction to the facts.” An official o of the board said that in March 2010 Aamer signed the Code of Conduct for players when he was issued his Central Contract. “The code of conduct clearly states that by signing the same, the player commits to abiding by all ICC rules regarding betting, match fixing, corruption, and any matter that could call into question the integrity of the game. Aamer acknowledged that he understood the code and his responsibilities under the same. Aamer also committed that he would abide by these rules and any others formulated in this regard,” he said.