Different Class featured in The Guardian

…He points to a wider cultural problem too. “When the England men’s team go out on to the field to Jerusalem, I think: that’s not my England,” he says. “Whose England is it? It’s certainly not an England that an Asian kid in Bradford would recognise. This cultural baggage of it being the English national sport has to go. You see the Barmy Army, England supporters, almost all of them white and affluent enough to afford the Test match tickets. They all look the same. It’s not a reflection of our nation.”