ECB chief set for legal battle

IMG had earlier demanded an apology from Clarke, who in an email to the Board of Control for Cricket in India, allegedly accused the company of promoting rebel cricket.

The writ was served in the High Court Queen’s Bench Division and Clarke, who is in the Caribbean at the World Twenty20, will now be allowed time to acknowledge receipt and formulate his response to the action. The Daily Telegraph reported that IMG felt Clarke’s remarks have questioned the firm’s integrity and could endanger its contracts.

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