British cricket is at its lowest point after the story Azim Rafik Has become the focus of “racism” and brought his former club Yorkshire To its knees.
The impact of this episode now extends far beyond the boundaries of the most successful club in the country game. Many well-known players, past and present, are forced to apologize or deny.
Similarly, several other non-white cricket players made these incidents public during their time in Yorkshire.
Previous West Indies pacemaker Tino Best Is the latest participant to point out unfair practices U.KAccording to him, the drinking culture of this country is a big problem. Whether interested or not, non-white players are forced to drink. If they don’t drink, they are not members of the boys’ club. This is the main reason why non-white cricket players have fewer opportunities in the England team.
Best joined Yorkshire in 2010 and he recalled an incident that happened at the time South Africa veteran Hashim Amra Forced to drink by teammates.
“There is a person on Hashim Amla’s table who pressurizes him for three to four hours for him to drink. Every minute, he is like,’Drink this, drink that. Hashim said in a very humble way:” (Said with a smile) I don’t drink. “However, this guy has been forcing him. Then I went to the man and said, “Hashem is a Muslim, and Muslims don’t drink. Can you stop forcing him? Really can’t bear it, brother.” Tino said in a conversation with Sky Sports.
Amla was part of Nottinghamshire at the time.He was signed as the cover character of the Australian batsman David Hersey.
“The surrounding culture [County] The crickets are drinking. this is a big problem. People should not be forced to enter the club and drink eight or nine pints to be part of the team. If you are not a member of the drinking culture, if you are not a member of the boys’ club, you will not get a chance after cricket. This is something that hinders people of color and Asian races,” Tino added.