Gale, 38, was one of 16 members of staff sacked by the English county following Rafiq's revelations of racist abuse he suffered while playing for the club.
Yorkshire head coach Andrew Gale feels that at the end of October, the side needs to redesign their winter programme.
Yorkshire captain Andrew Gale had called Lancashire's South African batsman Ashwell Prince a "f****** Kolpak" during their side's County Championship match last month. A 'Kolpak' cricketer is one who was born overseas, but who qualifies to play in English domestic cricket under the laws of the European Union.
Yorkshire captain Gale was banned for two matches after being reported by the umpires for verbally abusing Prince, playing for arch-rivals Lancashire.
Andrew Gale has stirred a controversy by allegedly using the term 'kolpak' in an on-field exchange with South Africa-born Ashwell Prince.