Troubled Durham look for ways to use Sir Ian Botham's help

Durham are considering how Sir Ian Botham may best be able to help them in their hour of need.
Botham made it clear he is available if needed after the England and Wales Cricket Board announced Durham's relegation from Division One of the Specsavers County Championship amid a series of sanctions in exchange for a £3.8million bail-out of the financially-stricken club.
Durham will begin next summer with a 48-point penalty in Division Two and will also no longer be able to bid to host Test matches at Chester-le-Street.
Botham, who played for Durham when the county was granted first-class... read more

5 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 24
Source: Belper News

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