Glazers interested in Indian Women’s Premier League cricket

Glazers interested in Indian Women's Premier League cricket

Manchester Utd It could change owners soon. According to various reports, the Glazers could sell the ‘Red Devils’ box in the coming months and there are even several who have signed up to take over the British box.}

Nevertheless, now United co-owner targets cricket’s Indian Women’s Premier Leaguewhich will open in March this year.

Last week, the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) announced the tender to buy equipment in the T20 extravaganza which is available until January 21.

Avram glazer made his first investment in cricket by purchasing the Desert Vipers franchise at the inaugural edition of the UAE-based ILT20.

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“Having bought the ILT20, it is only natural for us to look into other cricket opportunities around the world, including the women’s IPL”Phil Oliver, CEO of the Desert Vipers, told Cricbuzz. “I cannot reveal the details of how far along we are in that process, but I am happy to say that we are looking at all opportunities, including WIPL.

The Indian market is of our interest. Many Indian cricket fans will be watching this tournament and see what the Desert Vipers will bring to it.. If anything, we want to bring an exciting brand of cricket to Indian fans, as well as our fans around the world,” he added.

Avram Glazer’s failure bets

The Glazer family emerged as one of the bidders for the two new IPL teams, which were released last year. Avram Glazer, who was representing Lancer Capital, had made offers for the Gujarat Titans and the Lucknow Supergiants.

It is not the first time that Avram Glazer has sought to expand into the Indian sports market. Earlier, he tried to buy an Indian Premier League club, the same case that happened before with a cricket franchise.


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