Earlier, the ECB announced that Ollie Robinson had been suspended from all forms of international cricket over racist and sexist messages following a brilliant debut in England. After facing “ugly truths” about inappropriate previous tweets from its players in the last week, England cricket captain Joe Root says the team is dedicated to making the game more inclusive. Stay with us to know Joe Root About Their Team Members Changes.
Joe Root About Their Team Members Changes
Speaking about this England captain Joe Root said – “The group of players we have now is very much committed to moving the game forward, to making it a better place, making it more inclusive and educating ourselves further”.
“We’re going to have to front up to what has happened, but ultimately we want to move forward in a really positive way, to keep going on this journey we’ve started of trying to better our sport. “I think that will be proven in the actions that we take following through in the rest of the year,” Joe Root said
“This is just the start of things in many ways. We are committed to making positive change in the sport and… we’re not saying that we are perfect in that we’ve never made mistakes, but we do want to make it a better place.” He added.
“We will continue to keep finding ways to educate ourselves as players” – Joe Root
Joe even said – ” We will continue to find ways of bettering our sport and ways to action that throughout this summer and beyond”.
He concluded by saying – “As a team, we will continue to talk about it because it’s important but as professionals, we know we have a job to do this week. Our full focus is preparing for that Test match and making sure by the start of the game that we certainly have used the last two days to prepare ourselves as well as we could”.