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English cricket has become Stanford's WAG, declares Mike Atherton in the Times .
Sir Allen Stanford and Giles Clarke are both misguided in the view that cricket can make an impact in the US, says Lawrence Donegan in the Guardian .
As the media anger over the sight of Allen Stanford with Emily Prior perched on his knees dies down, there is also a growing tide of thinking that the whole 20/20 for 20 venture is looking increasingly tawdry.
Allen Stanford, the Texan billionaire underwriting much of West Indies cricket, has denied reports that he is set to pull the plug on his investment in the game, although his future involvement with the Caribbean remains up in the air
Another day, and the disquiet over the whole Stanford venture rumbles on, with particular attention now being paid to the role of the ECB in the whole affair.
From stepping on Lord's with a suitcase full of cash, to offering his knee to England WAGs, Allen Stanford discusses his eventful 2008 in a totally made-up interview in the Guardian .
Lured by a $20 million cash jackpot, the men who control English cricket may be inadvertently selling more than their sporting skills, writes Stephen Brenkley in the Independent .
Despite saying that he would reveal all about his future plans in January, Texas billionaire, former cricket-lover and renowned self-publicist Allen Stanford has been very quiet of late.
The Stanford spectacle is creating plenty of debate, and not just in England
It is not just the USA federal agents who would like to know the whereabouts of Allen Stanford right now