Crazy For Cricket

Greenberg, Duncan
October 2008
Forbes Asia;10/13/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 17, p60
The article focuses on the support of real estate developer and international banker Allen Stanford to a team of highly paid cricket players as well as his crusade to spread the game of cricket all over the world. It explores Stanford's complicated personal endeavors grand business ambitions across the globe. It adds that Stanford was knighted in Antigua in 2006 but currently engaged in a conflict with Antigua's Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer.


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