Controversial tweet by fast bowler Ollie Robinson has caused an earthquake in England cricket. Robinson is now followed by controversial tweets from several veteran players.
London, June 9 : Controversial tweet by fast bowler Ollie Robinson has caused an earthquake in England cricket. Robinson is now followed by controversial tweets from several veteran players. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is preparing to investigate and crack down on these players. An 11-year-old tweet from England fast bowler James Anderson has gone viral and is likely to get into trouble.
The tweet is said to have been made by Anderson, England’s most successful fast bowler, in February 2010. In it, he alleged that Stuart Broad had cut his hair like a lesbian. “I saw Brody’s new haircut today. I’m not sure, but he looks like a 15-year-old lesbian.” This tweet was made by Anderson.
Anderson explained this after the tweet went viral. This is an incident 10-11 years ago. Since then I have changed as a person. I think this is a difficult thing. Things are constantly changing and you make mistakes. If it’s a tweet from a few years ago, you should consider it. There is a need to be vigilant in the future by learning from this case. Care must be taken that this type of language is not used in the future. ‘ James Anderson will play his 162nd Test match on Thursday. If that happens, he will become the most capped Test player from England. But now with this tweet, will you play Thursday’s test or not? Anderson is worried about this.
England’s veteran cricketer in controversy
Controversial social media posts by cricketers from the England team, such as James Anderson, Ian Morgan, Jose Buttle, Joe Root and Dom Base, have gone viral. So the difficulty of these players is also likely to increase. The England Cricket Board has announced that it will also investigate the old posts of England cricketers that went viral after the Robinson case.
Meanwhile, the issue of Ollie Robinson’s controversial tweet has now reached Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The tweet is from a decade ago. Robinson was young then. He also apologized. He has also apologized. Therefore, the decision of the England Cricket Board should be reconsidered, “said Johnson’s spokesman Oliver Dowden.