former england cricketer Michael Vaughan Fast bowler for bowling well in the first innings against New Zealand Ollie Robinson is appreciated. Robinson made his debut in the first Test against New Zealand and took four wickets for 75 runs in the first innings.
However, Robinson later apologized as the matter escalated. All these posts by Robinson are related to gender discrimination and racism in 2012-13. However, Robinson has since apologized for the posts he wrote as a teenager. Robinson said that he made these tweets when he was going through a bad phase in his life as English county Yorkshire kicked him out as a teenager.
Following this, England batting coach Graham Thorpe said that the cricket board may review his social media history before selecting players after Ollie Robinson’s old posts related to sexism and racism have come to the fore.
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