Michael Vaughan apologises to Azeem Rafiq and denies racism allegations in interview

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Michael Vaughan has said he was sorry for the pain his former Yorkshire teammate Azeem Rafiq endured due to racism he experienced at the club. The former player told MPs earlier this month of the ‘inhuman’ treatment he suffered during his time at the county, including from Vaughan. In his first interview, aired on BBC Breakfast, Vaughan denied making racist comments.
Michael Vaughan ‘sorry’ for hurt Azeem Rafiq suffered, denies racism allegations

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4 comments

A G November 28, 2021 - 12:01 AM

Guilty – simple as that

Jay Dee November 28, 2021 - 2:11 AM

What’s Michael Vaughan apologising for?

Jay Dee November 28, 2021 - 2:24 AM

Remind me again, who sent the antisemitic tweets.

OG Juicebox November 28, 2021 - 3:20 AM

Of course, you didn't and Azeem never made antisemetic tweets that he forgot about in 2011. Of course, you didn't if they still don't have any proof on you so a better inquiry would be whether or not you condoned or enabled racism.