The Association of Professional Cricketers calls on lawyers as English cricket prepares for a flood of discrimination claims amid a storm of racism.
- The Professional Cricketers Association has appointed a five-person legal team
- Players’ union braces for deluge of discrimination complaints
- English cricket has been rocked by storms of racism in Yorkshire and Essex
The players union has hired a new five-person legal team to assist players on both sides of the fence as English cricket prepares for a flood of discrimination claims.
The Professional Cricketers Association, an organization of which Azeem Rafiq was highly critical following the investigation of his racism allegations in Yorkshire, has been in contact with the country’s cricketers past and present for advice. free from the experts.
People have been instructed to contact by email, and then a follow-up phone call or video call will be arranged with one of the panel members.
“There is no room for discrimination of any kind within cricket,” said the PCA letter. “ As the CPA seeks to make its way through the issues raised, it is imperative that we be impartial in any situation involving our members, whether as victims or accused of discrimination of any kind and offer the appropriate level of support everyone. the affected.
The Association of Professional Cricketers has called in attorneys as they prepare for a flood of discrimination cases.