Offensive social media Contributions from Robinson in 2012 and 2013 came to light while he was doing his test debut against New Zealand at Lord’s last Week.
Robinson made a public Sorry the next day one of a match he ended with an impressive seven wickets, also an important 42. do with the bat.
The 27-year-It won’t get old play in the second Test at Edgbaston how he was sent back in his county of Sussex from the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and has to await the verdict of a disciplinary investigation.
secretary of Status for Digital, Culture, Media and Sports Oliver Dowden said die ECB is “gone” over the top “through die Suspension of Robinson, feelings, die were later repeated by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
It came into being on Monday the a second nameless England player Wil be inspected for a historic racist tweet.
Anderson, ready to become England’s highest cap test player by his 162nd appearance for his land against die Black caps in Edgbaston this week, says Robinson has die Backing of his team-Friends and has learned from his mistakes.
On die When asked if Robinson’s apology was accepted, the seaman said, “I think it was accepted, he got up up in front of the group and apologized.
“You could see how he was sincere and upset. I think as group We know he’s a different person now. He did a lot of has matured and grown ever since and he has die full support of the team. “
Statement: Ollie Robinson suspended from everyone international cricket
– England and Wales Cricket Board (@ECB_cricket) June 6, 2021
Anderson said he felt abandoned down from Robinson, who must now wait to see if further action is taken.
“I wouldn’t let you say down“Said England leading exam wicket- takers. “The tweets, die Came 10 years ago obviously gave an initial shock with the language it was needed, but his repentance was sincere.
“He definitely is changed As a person, he will definitely improve and learn from those mistakes. “
Anderson revealed that die ECB and die Professional Cricketers’ Association (PCA) on Workshops on education players over important issues such as racism.
He said: “It’s a difficult time, but how players we try to learn from it. We understand that it is important to educate yourself on these topics, which we continue to do with ECB and PCA.
“We have already have done workshops beforehand series to try and help better ourselves than peopleto try and do sure This kind of Thing doesn’t happen. “
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