Graeme Smith, AB de Villiers accused of Racism!
CRICDOT DESK : Cricket South Africa (CSA) and former top players like Graeme Smith and AB De Villiers have been accused of racial “prejudice” against players by Social Justice and the National Construction Commission (SJN). It has been. According to
ESPNcricinfo, the 235-page final report by SJN Commissioner, Dumisa Enzebeza, CSA administration, former captain AB de Villiers and current director Smith, current head coach Mark Boucher, and former Batter AB de Villiers has been blamed. I am unfairly discriminating against black players. The recently retired, highly acclaimed South African cricket player, De Villiers, has denied the accusation. “I support the goals of the CSA process for social justice and nation-building to ensure equal opportunity in cricket,” he tweeted.
“But in my career, I’ve expressed an honest cricket opinion based only on what I thought was best for the team. It’s not based on anyone’s race. That is the fact. “The report recommended the appointment of a permanent ombudsman to address racial and gender-related complaints in cricket, South Africa. The report also recommends that the CSA implement an anonymous complaints policy. Recommended.
The problem arose afterwards. To illuminate Boucher and the former Cricket, Paul Adams, his national team, including the current head coach, whose latter had a racially discriminatory impression. He testified that he was given a nickname by Mate. The resignation of Boucher in 2012. “The panel’s decision was completely absurd and showed clear signs of systematic racial discrimination,” the report said on the website. Said in.
“CSA, Graham Smith, and some selectors at the time really failed Zolekire and many black players at the time in many ways.”
The allegations against De Villias were made in 2015. It was based on a deal with Kayazond when he was part of the South African ODI team touring India. When JP Duminie was injured in the final round of the series, he was removed from the team.
Dean Elgar, who was part of the test team, played on behalf of Zondo in this match. The report said this was “only to ensure that the black player was not placed in a position he believed would require more experience.”
Boucher admitted that he was one of those who sang songs that included slander that he had already apologized for, saying that the white South African player was not prepared for the reality of team dynamics after apartheid.
According to the CSA, the SJN process was originally supposed to last four months, but was extended to more than six months, costing the organization $ 500,000, but felt “necessary and productive”. rice field.