Sussex Bowler Robinson took 7-101 and 42. contribute runs in his test debut when England drew with New Zealand last Week.
Shortly after graduation of the match Lord’s has been confirmed by the ECB that he has been “suspended by everyone” international cricket until the result of he conducted a disciplinary investigation into historical tweets posted in 2012 and 2013 “.
The news, posted when Robinson was 18 and 19 years old, respectively light over The course of his international Arc. The player said he was ashamed.
Though Robinson still after graduation in die English league could return of The investigation has provoked his suspension debate.
Dowden, the Secretary of the United Kingdom of Status for Digital, culture, media and sport, proposed on Monday it was an excessive punishment.
“Ollie Robinson’s tweets were offensive and wrong“Wrote Dowden on his own twitter page.
Ollie Robinson’s tweets were offensive and wrong.
you are also a decade old and written by a teenager. The teenager is now a man and has rightly apologized. The ECB is gone over die Tip by hanging it up and should think again.
– Oliver Dowden (@OliverDowden) June 7, 2021
“You are also a decade old and written by a teenager. The teenager is now a man and has rightly apologized.
“The ECB is gone over die Tip by hanging it up and should think again. “
England team, including Robinson, wore anti-discrimination T-shirts with messages about racism, sexism, transphobia, homophobia, and age discrimination of play beginning in the first exam last Wednesday.
Robinson said later that day, “The greatest day of my career so far are mine die embarrassing racist and sexist tweets, die I posted over eight years ago, die have become today public.
“I want to make it clear that I am not racist and not sexist. I deeply regret my actions and I am ashamed of them of make such remarks.
“I was thoughtless and irresponsible, and yet of My state of In my opinion, my actions at the time were inexcusable. Since that time I have matured and repented as a person die Tweets fully. “
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