EDINBURGH, Scotland (AP) – The board of Cricket Scotland resigned on Sunday ahead of the publication of an independent report into racism.
A review was conducted after Scotland’s all-time leading wicket-taker, Majid Haq, told British broadcaster Sky Sports that Cricket Scotland was “institutionally racist”, while former teammate Qasim Sheikh said he had also suffered racist abuse.
Aamer Anwar, the lawyer representing the two players, told Sky the report could prove “devastating” for Cricket Scotland.
The governing body said it was “truly sorry” to anyone who was abused while playing the sport. The report will be released Monday.
“There is no two sides to a story when it comes to racism.”
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