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Clarke, Warner ‘target of $50m contracts’ for rebel cricket league
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Essel Group, owned by billionaire Indian media mogul Subhash Chandra, this week confirmed its ambitions to launch an unnamed cricket venture, understood to be a new global Twenty20 tournament similar to Kerry Packer’s creation of World Series Cricket.
ICC investigate company registrations amid fears of Essel Group splitting Firstpost
Lalit Modi: English county cricket is most vulnerable to rebel cricket league Telegraph.co.uk
Cricket Australia dismisses Indian rebel league plansCricbuzz
Sydney Morning Herald –NDTVSports.com
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The Guardian

Clarke, Warner 'target of $50m contracts' for rebel cricket league
The Guardian
Essel Group, owned by billionaire Indian media mogul Subhash Chandra, this week confirmed its ambitions to launch an unnamed cricket venture, understood to be a new global Twenty20 tournament similar to Kerry Packer's creation of World Series Cricket.
ICC investigate company registrations amid fears of Essel Group splitting Firstpost
Lalit Modi: English county cricket is most vulnerable to rebel cricket league Telegraph.co.uk
Cricket Australia dismisses Indian rebel league plansCricbuzz
Sydney Morning Herald –NDTVSports.com
all 172 news articles »

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