Yorkshire County Cricket Club is open to anyone who can assist with their financial difficulties for the chair vacancy, according to CEO Stephen Vaughan. Colin Graves has expressed his interest in returning as chairman despite a £3.5m cash shortfall this year and the need to repay £14.9m to the Graves Trust. While Graves’ previous stint as chair from 2012 to 2015 overlapped with a period of systemic use of racist and/or discriminatory language, Vaughan stresses that anyone who can help the club manage their finances will be taken seriously as a key performance indicator. The club has admitted four charges in relation to the CDC case related to allegations made by former Yorkshire bowler Azeem Rafiq, and a decision on liability concerning six individuals could be made by next week.
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