Yorkshire chief executive Stephen Vaughan spells out financial issues

County sustained £3.5m cash shortfall this yearColin Graves interested in returning as chairman

The Yorkshire chief executive, Stephen Vaughan, says anyone who could help assist the club with their financial difficulties would be “listened to seriously” for the chair vacancy, with Colin Graves having stated his interest in returning.

Vaughan spelt out the issues facing the club to members at the county’s annual general meeting on Friday night, highlighting a £3.5m cash shortfall this year, and the need to repay £14.9m to the Graves Trust.

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