Daniel Gidney interview with BBC North West Tonight
The Club's Chief Executive spoke to Roger Johnson about hosting behind-closed-doors cricket
Lancashire Cricket Chief Executive, Daniel Gidney, speaks to BBC North West Tonight about hosting 21 days of behind-closed-doors international cricket.
Emirates Old Trafford was the host for internationals against the West Indies, Pakistan and Australia, becoming the first venue to host three back-to-back Test matches in the world.
He was speaking ahead of the Yorkshire Vikings Vitality Blast match, one of three domestic T20 matches in four days hosted at the ground.
Gidney also reflects on the importance of conference and events business, and getting crowds back into stadiums.