YORKSHIRE SLAMMED IN RACE ROW
FORMER Yorkshire spinner Azeem Rafiq has demanded resignations after the county refused to acknowledge he was the victim of racism.
Yorkshire launched an inquiry last year after Rafiq claimed he “had a captain who was openly racist” and revealed that his experiences left him on the brink of committing suicide.
The full report is yet to be released but yesterday a statement admitted that Rafiq was “historically the victim of inappropriate behaviour” and chairman Roger Hutton has offered a “sincere apology”.
There was no mention of racism, though, and Rafiq believes those who did not respond adequately to his concerns when he first reported them in 2018, such as chief executive Mark Arthur and director of cricket Martyn Moxon, should no longer be involved at the club. He said: “Terming what went on as ‘inappropriate