Some other former participant of English county Essex has stated he suffered racist abuse on the membership following allegations made by means of Zoheb Sharif and Maurice Chambers within the remaining week.
Jahid Ahmed, who bowled for Essex from 2005-2009, advised The Cricketer he was once bullied by means of a senior trainer and that his accessory was once mocked by means of avid gamers and a few contributors of the training workforce.
Jahid’s revelations practice equivalent claims by means of Chambers and Sharif. Chambers, who performed for Essex between 2005 and 2013, stated he was once so disenchanted by means of the racist bullying he confronted on the county that he would move house and cry after suits.
“It was once a white guy’s global the place brown other folks have been outsiders,” Jahid, 35, stated. “I sought after to modify my voice. I attempted to deepen it. I in point of fact sought after to slot in.
“I felt like an intruder always I used to be at (Essex’s flooring) Chelmsford. I used to be all the time fearing what they’d get a hold of and it made it extremely arduous to be aware of my cricket.”
Essex, who had already opened an investigation after Chambers’ preliminary claims, stated they’ve established a reporting channel for any person who skilled abuse on the membership.
“The allegations make tricky studying and they’re going to be handled and investigated with the maximum seriousness,” leader govt John Stephenson stated.
“I’ve reached out to him (Jahid) to provide him our complete make stronger, and I am hoping he feels inspired and at ease sufficient to be part of our forthcoming investigation.
“It’s transparent as a game there may be a large number of paintings to be performed, however we’re shifting in the precise course.
“The following duration goes to be extraordinarily tricky, particularly for the ones sharing their studies, however in combination, we will be able to pop out the opposite facet higher for it.”
The problem of racism in English cricket was once blown broad open by means of claims of racism confronted by means of some other former county participant, Azeem Rafiq, whilst taking part in for Yorkshire, which ended in an exodus of sponsors and several other most sensible executives resigning.