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Former England captain Michael Vaughn will return to the BBC to watch this summer’s men’s Ashes series and a Test match against Ireland.
Vaughn has been a specialist since his retirement in 2009, but back in june After he was accused of using racist language towards former team-mate Azeem Rafiq during his time in Yorkshire.
The 48-year-old has denied the allegations.
he is Approved by the Cricket Disciplinary Committee March.
Warne is accused of telling Rafiq and team-mates Adil Rashid, Rana Navid Hassan and Ajmal Shahzad “you have too many Yes, we need to talk.”
he is charged Along with Yorkshire Cricket Club and six other former players, the game was discredited following a nine-month investigation by the England and Wales Cricket Board.
The panel said it was “dissatisfied on the balance of probabilities” that Vaughan said the words “at the specific time and in the specific circumstances alleged.”
He is not involved in the BBC’s coverage of the 2021-22 Ashes series in Australia, but he returns in March 2022, having previously take a step back three months later.
he has since Apologize Sending “disgusting” historical tweets that caught his attention during a 2021 BBC interview.
As the panel delivered its ruling, Vaughn posted on social media that the findings “must not diverge from the core message that racism will not be tolerated in cricket or in society at large”.
Vaughn captained England in the Test from 2003 to 2008 and led them to Ashes success in 2005.
He spent his entire domestic career in Yorkshire from 1993 to 2009, before becoming a wrapper for the Test Match Special and later a commentator for BBC TV, BT Sport and Fox Sports Australia.
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