London: The entire Yorkshire coaching staff, including cricket director Martyn Moxon and head coach Andrew Gale, have left the English county team as the racism scandal surrounding Azeem Rafiq shows no signs of subsiding.

Moxon was on leave due to a stress-related illness, while Gale has been on leave since the 9th.

“We can confirm that Martyn Moxon, Director of Cricket, and Andrew Gale, first XI coach, left the club today in addition to all members of the coaching team” According to a Yorkshire statement on Friday.

A videotape of footage broadcast by the UK Parliament’s parliamentary recording unit shows former Yorkshire cricketer Azeem Rafiq, who died on the 16th AFP file

“A new cricket director will be appointed shortly, along with a new team of coaches that will be recruited.”

The club said the total number of departures was 16, including six members Either of the medical team in the back room provided by the Pavilion Physiotherapy Clinic.

Rafiq, who accused the club of “institutional racism,” said tearfully ahead of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sports Committee hearing (DCMS ) on November 16. “Significant changes are needed at Yorkshire County Cricket Club and we are committed to taking all necessary steps to regain confidence,” said new chairman Kamlesh Patel.

“The decisions announced today have been difficult to make but are in the best interests of the club. Without important changes to our leadership, we cannot move from the past to a progressive and inclusive culture. “

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