“Important To Be Yourself” | Rashid & Mahmood Talk Religion & Cricket | RL: The Changing Room

“important to be yourself” | rashid & mahmood talk religion & cricket | rl: the changing room

England & Wales Cricket Board published this video item, entitled ““Important To Be Yourself” | Rashid & Mahmood Talk Religion & Cricket | RL: The Changing Room” – below is their description.

The Changing Room – Royal London and the ECB are bringing you the conversations that matter. We discuss personal experiences and the change needed to improve equality in cricket.

In Episode 3, Adil Rashid and Saqib Mahmood discuss how the English game successfully accommodates Muslim cricketers such as themselves.

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