The England Cricket Board (ECB) on Monday dismissed fast bowler Ally Robinson for making derogatory and racist remarks on Twitter in 2012 and 2013. This decision of the board shocked cricket fans around the world as Robinson publicly apologized after the matter came to light several years later. Now in this whole issue, former England leader Nasser Hussain has advised Robinson that there is no room for racism, whether you are 18 or 28 years old.
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Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: ‘Robinson’s tweets are in no way acceptable. Because of this, the memorable day of his career (Test debut) was tarnished. However, Hussein also praised the fact that the fast bowler acknowledged and apologized for the mistake when the matter came up again. The former leader said, ‘I think we live in a cruel society that is unacceptable that even an 18 year old can make mistakes. We have been proven very wrong in this regard.
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He added, ‘When it comes to racism, there is no place for it, as well as online hate, we don’t need a keyboard warrior, because at four o’clock in the morning you drink beer and say nothing, it’s not acceptable at all.’ Robinson is no longer available for selection in the second match of the Test series against England from June 10. The series is currently tied between the two teams, so whoever wins the second match will win the Test series along with the match. Please note that this series is not part of the World Test Championship (WTC).