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ECB should consider scrapping overseas players - Vaughan

BBC News Monday, 27 April 2020
The ECB should consider temporarily scrapping overseas players in the County Championship to cut costs, says ex-England captain Michael Vaughan.
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Michael Vaughan: ECB should consider scrapping overseas players to save money

The ECB should consider temporarily scrapping overseas players in the County Championship to cut costs, says ex-England captain Michael Vaughan.
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