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Michael Vaughan expresses disappointment over BBC’s decision of dropping him from Ashes coverage

Former England captain Michael Vaughan has expressed disappointment after being dropped from the BBC’s Ashes coverage following a racist comments to an Asian-origin player a few years back.

Vaughan while expressing his disappointment said ‘wants to be part of the solution’ and help make cricket “a more welcoming sport for all”.

BBC’s verdict came after the former England skipper was named in Yorkshire’s report into Azeem Rafiq’s claims of racism during his time at the club.

“Very disappointed not to be commentating for TMS (BBC Test Match Special) on the Ashes and will miss working with great colleagues and friends, but looking forward to being behind the mic for Fox Cricket in Australia,” Vaughan said on social media.

“The issues facing cricket are bigger than any individual case and I want to be part of the solution, listening, educating myself, and helping to make it a more welcoming sport for all,” he wrote on Twitter.

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