HAMPSHIRE director of cricket Giles White will wait until he knows which teams have qualified for the Champions League T20 before signing a fourth overseas player for 2015. White is pleased next season’s format suits his overseas-player plans, but it will be several months before he is ready to target a strike bowler for the difficult LV County Championship run-in, when Hampshire are away to Durham, Somerset and – after hosting champions Yorkshire in their penultimate match - Nottinghamshire. He said: “We haven’t secured an overseas player for September yet and we won’t be able to go too far down that route Champions League till we know what teams have qualified for the Champions League, but we’ll be talking to Kyle Abbott and Imran Tahir, potentially.”
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