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Stumped By Debt, County Cricket Clubs Eye New Twenty20 League

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 06 / 28 / 16

Some of the highest-profile county cricket clubs "are considering plans to create an elite league to stave off a financial crisis threatening the sport," according to Bose & Ungoed-Thomas of the LONDON TIMES. The clubs, including Yorkshire and Durham, "are saddled with millions of pounds of debt...

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