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- Former England captain Michael Vaughan has reacted to the troubling year that has engulfed Cricket South Africa.
- He stated that South Africa had “failed” in their attempt to create a secure bio-bubble for the England series which could jeopardise future tours.
- Vaughan firmly believes that Australia will not tour South Africa next year for a planned Test series.
Former England captain Michael Vaughan wants Cricket South Africa (CSA) to get its house in order after a troubled year.
Vaughan was reacting to England’s ODI series against the Proteas which was called off following coronavirus issues.
The tour adopted a bio-secure bubble in Cape Town and it was the Proteas’ first experience of hosting and taking part as a team in a bio-secure environment.
The bubble, however, was not successful as three Proteas and two hotel staff members from the team’s base,