Racism Debate: Vaughan Stops With BBC Commentary

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Allegations of racism have surfaced against Yorkshire and club members. Where the England and Wales Cricket Board has brought multiple allegations against several members of the Yorkshire County Cricket Club. Several former cricketers, including Michael Vaughan, have been named in various reports.

Former England captain Michael Vaughan has refrained from commenting on the BBC amid rising racism. Due to which Vaughan will not be seen commentating on the BBC in the England-India Test. That’s according to a report in The Guardian.

Former Yorkshire cricketer Azim Rafique made the allegation last year. For which Vonner did not work in the last Ashes series. However, he worked again in the just-concluded series against New Zealand. This time he moved to another point.

According to Reuters, before a match in Yorkshire in 2009, Von Naki told Azim Rafique and two other cricketers of Asian descent, “There are a lot of you, something has to be done about it.”

Vaughn decided to step down from the BBC on Tuesday night after the talks resumed.

In a statement, Vaughan said: “I have commented many times on the issues discussed at the YCCCC (Yorkshire County Cricket Club). If off-field events take precedence over on-field events in commentary, it is always a matter of regret. I am currently refraining from working with the BBC in light of the ongoing discussions on this issue (racism).

Allegations of racism have surfaced against Yorkshire and club members. Where the England and Wales Cricket Board has brought multiple allegations against several members of the Yorkshire County Cricket Club. Several former cricketers, including Michael Vaughan, have been named in various reports. Former England captain Michael Vaughan has refrained from commenting on…

Allegations of racism have surfaced against Yorkshire and club members. Where the England and Wales Cricket Board has brought multiple allegations against several members of the Yorkshire County Cricket Club. Several former cricketers, including Michael Vaughan, have been named in various reports. Former England captain Michael Vaughan has refrained from commenting on…

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