British ‘drinking culture affects Asian and black cricket players’, says former West Indies international Tino Best

The “drinking culture” in county teams was partly responsible for Asian and Black players not getting enough opportunities in English cricket, former West Indies international Tino Best has said.Former Yorkshire cricketer Azeem Rafiq’s testimony to a British parliamentary committee on Tuesday has thrown a spotlight on racism in the sport in England, as well as its drinking culture.Rafiq, a Muslim, recalled how he was pinned down at his local cricket club when he was 15 and had red wine poured…

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