Michael Vaughan did such an ‘act’, got stuck badly; Kicked out of live shows


New Delhi: Former England captain Michael Vaughan always remains in the headlines due to his statements. Especially on Team India, he always keeps on saying something or the other. But this time Michael Vaughan is caught in such a big controversy that he is being criticized all over the world. Actually this matter is related to racism.

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Former England captain Michael Vaughan has been kicked out of a BBC show over allegations of racism made by two players. Vaughn BBC Five Lives show ‘The
Tuffers & Vaughan was working as an expert on the cricket show for the last 12 years. He was accused of racism by Azim Rafiq, claiming that Vaughan had made racist remarks on him and other players before a match at Yorkshire in 2009.

Vaughan denied the allegations

In a column for the Daily Telegraph, Vaughan admitted that Rafiq’s allegations spoke only of him, but denied the allegations, saying he would fight to prove himself innocent. Vaughan told a group of Asian players, ‘You guys are too much. Something has to be done for this. This incident happened before a match of Yorkshire against Nottinghamshire in 2009.

Michael Vaughan played county cricket from 1991 to 2009 and during this time he made several objectionable remarks on Asian players. Taking strong action on the Yorkshire Cricket Board, the ECB has withdrawn the hosting of all international matches.


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