Former England captain Michael singer says he was named in Yorkshire’s Azeem Rafiq report however “totally denies any allegation of racism”.
An investigation found Rafiq had been a victim of “racial harassment and bullying” whereas at the club.
Vaughan says the report states he told a bunch of Asian players, as well as Rafiq: “Too several of you heap, we’d like to try and do one thing concerning it.”
But singer says he “completely and flatly denies” saying that.
He same that the comments were alleged to are created in 2009 whereas he was still a player at Yorkshire before a match against Nottinghamshire.
“If Rafiq believes one thing was same at the time to upset him then that’s what he believes. it’s tough to inquire into that except to sayntion} it hurts me massively to assume I probably affected somebody.
“I take it because the most serious allegation ever place before of me and that i can fight to the top to prove i’m not that person.”
Vaughan same he was asked to talk to the investigation in December 2020.
He same that in the summer he told BBC colleagues “that these allegations had been created against me” adding: “I felt uncomfortable that it might emerge and that they would be asked some awkward queries.”
In his Telegraph column he additionally includes previously unpublished extracts of the report.
Yorkshire’s investigations began in 2020 when Rafiq claimed “institutional racism” at the club left him on the point of taking his own life.
After over a year – and having been asked to try and do therefore by MPs – Yorkshire discharged the findings of an freelance report in September that upheld seven of the forty three allegations created by Rafiq.
But the club same no players, coaches or executives would face disciplinary action following the club’s own investigation into the report’s findings.
The fallout from Yorkshire’s response to the racism report intense on weekday once ESPN Cricinfo reported a racist term concerning Rafiq’s Pakistani heritage was often used towards him, however the investigation complete it absolutely was “friendly and amiable banter”.
On Thursday Yorkshire were suspended from hosting European nation matches by the britain and Wales Cricket Board.
The ECB board says the ban can last till the club has “clearly demonstrated that it will meet the standards expected”.
Kit suppliers Nike and a number of other sponsors have cut ties with the club whereas a senior MP has required the Yorkshire board to resign.