Second cricketer backs Azeem Rafiq’s racism claims against Yorkshire

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  • Rana Naved-ul-Hasan says there was ‘systematic taunting’
  • Former Pakistan bowler played for Yorkshire 2008-09

A second cricketer has made allegations of experiencing racism at Yorkshire, with the seamer Rana Naved-ul-Hasan claiming “systematic taunting” existed at the county, after the former spinner Azeem Rafiq outlined a culture of “institutional racism”. The 42-year-old former Pakistan international, who played for Yorkshire in 2008 and 2009, told Cricinfo: “I fully support what Azeem said and this has been the case with me as well.”

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Written by Andy Martin
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Second cricketer backs Azeem Rafiq’s racism claims against Yorkshire

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