Jacques Kallis, the former South Africa all-rounder has made some shocking revelations that have brought CSA under the scanner. For the first time, he has spoken about his fallout as South Africa's batting consultant. He has claimed that CSA didn't require his services as he was a white man. Kallis is reckoned as one of the finest all-rounders in the history of international cricket. He has several accolades next to his name that is simply unbreakable. Overall, he has scored more than 10000 runs in Tests and ODI format. Also, he has grabbed more than 200 wickets in other formats. Also Read: WATCH: Rohit Sharma\u2019s Brilliant Piece Of Fielding Sends David Warner Back To Pavilion, Mohammed Siraj Strikes For India Jacques Kallis Makes Shocking Revelations About CSA The former Proteas player has reckoned he was not allowed to hold the post of consultant in the match. He also revealed the reason that South Africa Cricket Board didn't want more Whiteman. This is the reason he is currently not associated with CSA. As per their reform, South Africa Board has criteria for individuals from different caste and creed. Also, he asserted that sometimes talented players also have to pay the price for the same. \u201cI wasn\u2019t allowed to be involved in the South African side because CSA said there would be no more white consultants. So, unfortunately fell away and this opportunity of helping England out came about. I took it with both hands.\u201d \u201cI haven\u2019t been able to be involved with the Proteas guys over the last couple of months since I was involved with them during the England series . There were a few (players who wanted me there) but unfortunately, there was a rule that was put in, and it was taken out of our hands,\u201d he added. \u201cI suppose it\u2019s the way of our country. A lot of players have had to fall away because of needing players of color involved. We all understand that\u2019s the country that we live in. It is tough but we understand where it comes from. It is sad but it\u2019s the time that we\u2019re living in at the moment. \u201cUnfortunately we\u2019ve lost a few players for whatever reasons overseas. There are many other coaches who have gone on to coach other teams. Gary Kirsten is an example. There are lots of guys. It\u2019s kind of the modern way of the world. It\u2019s sad in a way that I can\u2019t help out in South Africa, but I\u2019ve thoroughly enjoyed my time ,\u201d Kallis concluded.