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ECB terminates Stanford contracts
The ECB today served notice that it was terminating, with immediate effect, its contracts with the Stanford group and would therefore not be proceeding with any further Stanford commitments full story

West Indies not dependent on Stanford cash
West Indies Cricket Board president Julian Hunte insisted on Wednesday that the organisation will be fine without Sir Allen Stanford's cash full story

ECB says Stanford deal appeared solid
England and Wales Cricket Board chairman Giles Clarke has defended the ECBs partnership with Texan billionaire Sir Allen Stanford who was Tuesday charged in an investment fraud scheme full story

Will Stanford charges hit cricket for a six
News of charges of financial fraud being laid against Caribbean-based Texas billionaire Sir Allen Stanford spread around Antigua like wildfire yesterday afternoon and its impact was immediate full story

ECB suspend talks with Allen Stanford
The cricket boards of England & Wales and the West Indies suspended sponsorship talks with R. Allen Stanford after the Texas billionaire was today accused of a ``massive'' fraud by the US Securities and Exchange Commission full story

Stanford prepares to break his silence
The worldwide economic slowdown has taken its toll on the much publicised Stanford Twenty20 Challenge, as Sir Allen Stanford has shelved plans for going ahead with the 20 million dollar cricket extravaganza full story

Stanford won't ditch the ECB just yet
In what would be a welcome relief to the shattered England and Wales Cricket Board, billionaire Sir Allen Stanford of Texas has said he was not going to withdraw from his multimillion-pound investment in English cricket full story

ECB 'unaware' of Stanford reports
The England and Wales Cricket Board have claimed they now nothing about reports suggesting Sir Allen Stanford is set to end his involvement in cricket full story

Stanford looks to walk away from cricket
Texas billionaire Allen Stanford has decided to end his five-year contract with the England and Wales Cricket Board for an annual one-day series after he lost USD 40 million in the first year itself, sending ECB into a financial tailspin full story

Stanford competition moved to April
This year's lucrative Stanford 20/20 tournament is now likely to be played in April full story

Fletcher shines in the spotlight
The Caribbean boasts eleven new millionaires after the Stanford Superstars team walloped England by 10 wickets last night in the much-anticipated Stanford 20/20 for 20 showdown full story

Pietersen blames off-field issues for loss
England skipper Kevin Pietersen said his team has to learn from their mistakes fast and focus on the game if they are to succeed before next years $20 million match after England received a ten wicket drubbing on Saturday in Antigua full story

Superstars super rich in a flash
The Stanford Superstars, made up of several current West Indies players, became instant millionaires when they trounced England by ten wickets in the richest and probably shortest ever cricket match yesterday full story

Superstars claim pot of gold
The Stanford Superstars won the Stanford Twenty20 for $20 million jackpot by crushing a stunned England by 10 wickets in a completely one sided game full story

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