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Cricket’s richest league looks to sweep away tainted image
Financial Times
No more boozy late nights for players and a ban on cheerleaders at matches – the plan to rescue the corruption-stained reputation of cricket’s Indian Premier League has begun. “Operation Clean-up” was announced on Monday by the BCCI, the Board of 

Cricket's richest league looks to sweep away tainted image
Financial Times
No more boozy late nights for players and a ban on cheerleaders at matches – the plan to rescue the corruption-stained reputation of cricket's Indian Premier League has begun. “Operation Clean-up” was announced on Monday by the BCCI, the Board of 

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