Sunday, 4 November 2007

Russell “Gladiator” Crowe to own a team in Indian Premier League!


Oscar award winner Russell Crowe, whose cousins Jeff and Martin have captained Kiwi cricket team, is all set to buy franchise in the Indian Premier League (IPL), which would make them owner of a team in the BCCI-conceived, ICC-backed Twenty20 extravaganza.

According to Sun-Herald, Crowe and fellow South Sydney Rugby League Club owner Peter Holmes a Court are ready to apply for franchise, which they feel would go a long way to popularize the Rabbitohs club.

"If the football club decides this is something they want to get involved with, then the Souths name could be spread," Holmes a Court said.

While Jeff and Martin Crowe went on to make a mark in sports, Russell – despite his busy shooting schedule – maintained his link with sports. The “Gladiator” star has engaged former South Sydney forward Mark Carroll as his body guard, got Tom Cruise and Burt Reynolds to support his club, roots for Leeds United and supports Michigan Wolverines football team.

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