“Absolutely Ridiculous, The Witch Hunt Has To End”: Vaughan On Investigation Of Alleged Racist Tweets | Cricket news

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"Absolutely Ridiculous, The Witch Hunt Has To End": Vaughan On Investigation Of Alleged Racist Tweets |  Cricket news

LONDON: Investigation into old tweets from England cricketers is a “witch hunt” that must end, says former captain Michael vaughan As the ECB investigates alleged racist comments on social media by many of his cricketers.
Country white ball pattern Eoin Morgan and batter wicketkeeper Jos Buttler are being investigated by the Cricket Board of England and Wales (ECB) after their tweets, mocking Indians, appeared on social media on Wednesday.
“No one at the time of Morgan, Buttler and Anderson’s tweets seemed offended the moment they tweeted, but it’s amazing how they now seem offensive a few years later !!!!!! Absolutely ridiculous … The Witch hunt has started, but it has started.

The posts, in which Buttler and Morgan used the word ‘sir’ to poke fun at the Indians, began circulating on social media after the ECB suspended the pacemaker. Ollie Robinson for some of his offensive tweets dating back to 2012-13.
According to a report, “screenshots of a message from Buttler have also been shared in which he says ‘I always reply sir, no, more like me, like you, like me’ and, separately, Morgan includes Buttler in a message that says, ‘Sir, you are my favorite hitter.’

A homophobic tweet dating back to 2010 has also emerged from veteran pacemaker James Anderson.
The ECB has promised “relevant and appropriate action”, saying that each case will be considered individually.
Buttler and Morgan are listed in the Indian Premier League (IPL) with the former playing for him Royals of Rajasthan and the latter leading the Kolkata Knight Riders.


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