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Marylebone Cricket Club Members Threatening To Delay Special General Meeting

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 20 / 17

Marylebone Cricket Club members critical of development plans for Lord’s that were circulated last month are "threatening to cause a delay" to the special general meeting scheduled for September, according to Ivo Tennant of the LONDON TIMES. They have written to the chair claiming that a revie...

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