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ICC Launches Investigation As Essel Group Begins Registering Possible Rival Boards

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 27 / 15

The Int'l Cricket Council has launched an "urgent investigation after Essel Group, the company behind the now-defunct Indian Cricket League, began registering companies with names that appear to be rival national cricket boards, raising fears of a future split in world cricket," according to THE SUN...

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