Ross Taylor sparks Racism debate in New Zealand Cricket
Former New Zealand skipper Ross Taylor has allegedly reported that he suffered racism during the time of his international career with New Zealand Cricket.
Taylor, who retired from international cricket in April after a 16-year long career, pressed on a number of controversial subjects during his time with New Zealand in his autobiography entitled “Black and White” released on Thursday (August 11).
One of the most highlighted issues that Taylor addressed in his book was related to Racism.
The retired Kiwi legend described racist locker room "banter" and casually racist comments from some New Zealand team officials.
The 38-year-old endured racially barbed comments from teammates, but does not specify at what level of the game in New Zealand.