9 Wwos, Ashes

9 Wwos, Ashes

England cricket condemns racist, sexist Ashes chants

Homophobic abuse was also directed at players

10.9.2019

'The ECB is extremely disturbed to hear that a report was made regarding anti-social behaviour from a group of spectators.' 9WWOS Ashes

Homophobic abuse was also directed at players

LinkedIn 4 hours ago The England and Wales Cricket Board is "extremely disturbed" by allegations of racist chanting as well as sexist and homophobic abuse by spectators during the fourth Ashes Test at Old Trafford. British media reported a supporter had left the ground on the second day of the Test on Thursday after hearing a section of fans singing a racist song about England's Barbados-born fast bowler Jofra Archer. The sun shines on the party stand during day five of the 4th Ashes Test Match between England and Australia at Old Trafford (Getty) The spectator, in a letter of complaint to the ECB, also said women were subjected to sexist chants while homophobic abuse was directed at some players by the same group of people. "The ECB is extremely disturbed to hear that a report was made regarding anti-social behaviour from a group of spectators during the fourth ... Ashes Test match at Emirates Old Trafford," ECB said in a statement released to British media. England bowler Jofra Archer leaves the field holding the ball after claiming 6 wickets during day one of the 3rd Ashes Test at Headingley (Getty) "While this is a relatively isolated incident there is absolutely no place for anti-social behaviour within the game and it is vitally important that all spectators feel able to report anti-social behaviour and feel safe in doing so." The incident comes on the heels of an annual report from British anti-discriminatory body Kick It Out that showed a 43 per cent rise in reports of racist abuse in English football last season. Manchester City's Raheem Sterling and Manchester United's Marcus Rashford are among those to have spoken out about being subjected to online racist abuse. © Read more: Wide World of Sports

Of course let's blame the Aussies when we lose and cry foul at everything from Steve Smith's celebration to the fake news of Jofra hearing epithets... take the L Engbland!!! It's about time you played with 11 and not 13 I.e. 11 players plus the 2 umpires!!! Show us the passport😅🤣🤣🤣🤣😆😅😅😅 They never condemned all the booing,

Why doesn't that surprise me? Look in your own backyard you bunch of hypocrites. Aussies copped there fair share. glasshouses Whaaaaat?!? Surely David Warner has something to do with it.... What a bunch of hypocritical poofter What a load of b/s trying to deflect from their embarrassing loss.. the person asked to see his passport big deal.. you lot give it but can’t take it.. make up another song about an Australian it’ll be okay.. us convicts can take it..

Hang on, wait whaaaaat, anti-social behaviour from the pommy crowd, noooooooooo.......🥴 They are some of the rudest ‘fans’ I have ever heard, and I’ve been to a shiteload of sporting grounds around the world.

Ashes 2019, fourth Test result, scores, Australia cricket vs England, highlights, video, Old TraffordAustralia retained the Ashes after beating England by 185 runs in the final session of the fourth test at Old Trafford on Sunday. Josh Hazlewood claimed the winning wicket, trapping Craig Overton lbw, as Australia dismissed England’s second innings for 197 deep into the evening session to take a 2-1 lead in the five-match series.

Australia vs England, 2019: Remembered forever as 'Steve Smith's Ashes'Nathan Lyon pulled Steve Smith into the middle of the circle. A G-rated version of what he said would go along the lines of: after all he's been through, he's still the best cricketer in the world

'Ballsy but it paid off': Labuschagne praised for crucial Ashes momentHaving given Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood and Nathan Lyon a shot unsuccessfully with the second new ball, Tim Paine threw it to the youngest member of the XI. SMHsport It wasn’t that ballsy, Labuschagne should’ve been bowling earlier in the game on this dry wicket.

Ashes great: Smith will always be a cheatNo matter how imposing the mountain of runs scored by Steve Smith becomes, former England paceman Steve Harmison says the “cheat” will always be remembered for the Cape Town scandal. And Harmison will only be remembered for that wide Who? Steve Harmison will always be remembered as a star..... Star wide bowler.

How 'strange' hero plotted wild Ashes momentHow Marnus Labuschagne planned his unlikely Ashes heroics all along 😮 9WWOS Ashes Cricket Id like to see steve smith bowl he always gets overlooked and knows how to rip them This article is incorrect, I had him in my ashes squad for awhile

PICTURES: How Aussies celebrated Ashes winSome phenomenal photos of the aftermath to Australia's thrilling victory at Old Trafford. 9WWOS Imagine being forced to drink xxxx due to their crappy sponsorship deal How does Stokes not get pinged for this ball tampering by the umpires? And deservedly so. They have put up with heaps of negative press lately and the poms booing ad nauseum, so have at it I say. Funny the poms soon forget their own cheating woes...!!! Aussie Aussie Aussie... 🦘



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