Robinson apologized for die Posts, die he sent in 2012 and 2013 when he was in his late teens, die were excavated and divided online on the day he made his test debut against die Black Caps earlier this week.
A statement from the player’s County, Sussex, announced: “After a difficult week, Ollie has decided to take a short break from game to spend time with his young family. “
Confirm that Robinson would not be there of the Sussex squad for the team opens two Vitality Blasts fixtures against Gloucestershire and Hampshire it was called in continued the statement: “The well-being of players and staff, including mental health and well-being, is a priority for the club and as such, Sussex supports cricket Ollie. fully in his decision.
“When he’s ready to return, Ollie will be welcomed” back to the clubwhere discussions with the rest of The group over the last Week made clear that he die retains support of all of his Sussex teammates.
“We remain in close contact with Ollie from a welfare point of view and will issue further updates on its availability at the appropriate the times. “
Meanwhile, former The English skipper Michael Vaughan has die Investigation of the ECB in criticized the old tweets of the English cricketers and called it a “witch hunt”, die have to stop. The ECB is investigating alleged racist statements on social media With many of his cricketers.
England’s whiteball Skipper Eoin Morgan and wicketkeeper batsman Jos Buttler are investigated by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) after their tweets, die Indians mocked, showed up on social media on Wednesday (June 9th).
“No one back then of Morgan, Buttler, and Anderson’s tweets seemed offended by the time they tweeted, but it’s amazing how they seem now offensive a few years later !!!!!! Totally ridiculous … The witch hunt has started but has to stop, “Vaughan tweeted.
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