Johannesburg –  Graeme Pollock once regarded as “greatest” cricketer  to come out of South Africa, apologized to Cricket South Africa and SA cricketing public. 

Pollock came under massive criticism after he made negative comments about how CSA and Transformation were to blame for the Proteas losing the first Test against England at Lords Cricket Ground.

Speaking from London, Graeme Pollock conveyed his warmest congratulations to Faf Du Plessis and his team for their excellent win at Trent Bridge in the second Test. 

The worrying fact in South African sport is that, every time a National Team loses, former players find their voice and they all spew the same rhetoric of blaming Transformation. 

Graeme Pollock further extended his sincerest apologies to Cricket South Africa for the manner in which his comments at a recent function in London were totally misconstrued and that he fully supports transformation and it’s process. 

This forms part of a classic case of being “miss-quoted” or “taken out of context” 

Same rhetoric shared by former Protea players like Allan Donald, Jacque Kallis and Daryll Cullinan. 

The less airtime former players get, the better. There was no Transformation process when we were knocked out of World Cup 1992 by Englan and 1996 by West Indies.