But I always thought World Series Cricket would have an England team.
What does WSC stand for?
WSC stands for World Series Cricket
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In 1979, Graham Yallop presided over a 5-1 Ashes loss after the World Series Cricket revolution forced the expulsion of Australia's best stars, ripping the heart out of the national team.
He replaced Mike Denness as England captain in the summer of 1975 and led the national team from 1975-77 before defecting to be one of the spearheads of Kerry Packer's World Series Cricket.
He was instrumental in helping Australian tycoon Kerry Packer set up World Series Cricket in 1977 - it rocked the sport and made an outcast of Greig.
He captained Sussex and England, before his controversial leading role in Kerry Packer's World Series Cricket saw his playing career at the highest level wind down.
Greig led the England team from 1975-77 before ushering in a new era of professional cricket by spearheading Kerry Packer's breakaway World Series Cricket venture.
He captained Sussex and earned 58 Test caps, 14 as captain, before his controversial leading role in Kerry Packer's World Series Cricket ultimately saw his playing career at the highest level wind down.
Bill Lawry, former Aussie great and his co-commentator at Channel 9, said: "Kerry Packer and Greigy got World Series Cricket going but Tony was the guy who had the most to lose.