Sahara will not sponsor India as long as Narayanaswami Srinivasan remains president of the BCCI, says Subrata Roy

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Roy will reconsider sponsoring India if Srinivasan resigns

Sahara Group chief Subrata Roy has announced that his company, who currently are the main sponsors of the Indian national team, will withdraw their support when their contract ends in December if Narayanaswami Srinivasan is still the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).

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Another IPL franchise bites the dust

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The Pune Warriors are the latest franchise to fall victim to the IPL

First it was the Kochi Kerela Tuskers, then the Deccan Chargers and now the Pune Warriors have officially been wiped off the Indian Premier League (IPL) map and franchise list after Sahara India, their main sponsor, withdrew their funding.

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The amount of cricket played nowadays is ‘absolutely outrageous’, says Allan Donald

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Donald is concerned about the growing number of cricket matches played in a season

South Africa bowling coach Allan Donald believes the amount of cricket being played nowadays is “absolutely outrageous” and is responsible for cricketers succumbing to injuries more frequently and reducing the length of their careers as well.

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My next aim is to play Test cricket for Australia, says Mitchell Marsh

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Marsh is slowly working his way towards representing Australia in Test cricket

Australia all-rounder Mitchell Marsh, who was recently included in the country’s Champions Trophy squad, had declared his intentions to play Test cricket, despite being involved in numerous disciplinary issues during his time at the┬áCentre of Excellence and the Champions League Twenty20 (CLT20) in South Africa last year.

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Dale Steyn, Morne Morkel and I would have formed a formidable pace trio, says Allan Donald

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Steyn is currently the top ranked Test bowler in international cricket

Back in the day, South Africa bowling coach Allan Donald could have dismissed any batsman in the game, but the former pace bowler believes that if he were to be able to turn back the clock and have Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel by his side, they would have formed the greatest pace trio in cricket history.

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