- ECB holds talks with £106m deficit now minimum expected
- Board has begun discussions around cost-cutting measures
English cricket is gearing up for a raft of redundancies and severe cost-cutting measures across the board following a forecasted loss of up to £182m due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The England and Wales Cricket Board held talks with the 18 first-class counties and the county boards on Wednesday and stated that a £106m deficit is now considered the minimum expectation during the current financial year.
Written by Ali Martin
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