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Upcoming Pakistan Super League Season In Jeopardy Due To Clubs' Debt To PCB

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 01 / 23 / 18

The upcoming edition of the Pakistan Super League could be jeopardized "due to paucity of funds since as many as five out of the total six franchises have failed to clear their dues" with the Pakistan Cricket Board "despite the expiry of the given deadline" of November 15, 2017, according to Mo...

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