The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has promised “relevant and appropriate action” and stated that every case will be examined on an individual basis.
The contributions, in die Buttler and Morgan used the word ‘sir’ to die Mocking Indians began to do so rounds on social media after this die ECB had suspended pacemaker Ollie Robinson for something of his offensive Tweets dating back until 2012-13.
“Have screenshots also been shared of a message from Buttler in die he says ‘I always reply Sir # 1 else like me like you like me ‘and morgan contains butlers separately in a message, die says’Sir, you are my favorite bat,’ “it says in a report in the Telegraph.co.uk.
Buttler and Morgan both feature in die Indian Premier League (IPL) with the former playing for die Rajasthan Royals and the latter leading die Kolkata Knight Riders.
“Although there are questions over the exact context of die Tweets, they were written at a time when Buttler and Morgan in England were founded players and have caused Offense on social media,” the report added.
The ECB said die Matter will be dealt with with in a fair way. “Since we were made aware offensive tweets last Week, a number of historical social media Contributions from other people also became public in Question asked, “said an ECB spokesman on Tuesday.
“There is no place for Discrimination in our sport, and we commit to taking relevant and appropriate action when required. Due to the fact that die The concerns raised are now clearly more far-reaching than a single case, the ECB Director said how we act with Problems over historical social media material in timely and appropriate.
“Every case is examined on an individual basis taking into account all facts. We evaluate cases with the Executive Board before making any further statements. “
A homophobic tweet dating back until 2010 from veteran Pacemaker James Anderson did also surfaced. “It’s been 10-11 years for me, I certainly have changed as a person. And I think that’s the one difficulty”Things change, you make mistakes,” Anderson told the British media.
Anderson, who becomes England’s busiest test player when he plays in the second exam against New Zealand on Thursday said the squad is concerned about what might come out next.
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