sport news England all-rounder Moeen Ali insists P-word can never be dismissed as just ...

sport news England all-rounder Moeen Ali insists P-word can never be dismissed as just ...
sport news England all-rounder Moeen Ali insists P-word can never be dismissed as just ...
The P-word can never be dismissed as banter, insists Moeen Ali... as England all-rounder urges cricket to learn from racial controversies involving Ollie Robinson and Azeem Rafiq Moeen Ali says sport must learn from Ollie Robinson and Azeem Rafiq affairs  Robinson apologised over the summer when racist and sexist tweets resurfaced  Rafiq received an apology from Yorkshire's new chairman for racist abuse  Moeen said Rafiq affair had been widely discussed in the England dressing room

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Moeen Ali has urged cricket to learn from the very different experiences of Ollie Robinson and Azeem Rafiq — and ensure the sport never has to endure a repeat of the racial controversies that have marred the past year.

The England all-rounder also rubbished the notion that the 'P-word' could ever be dismissed as banter, as Yorkshire's investigation into Rafiq's allegations suggested.

Robinson apologised over the summer when racist and sexist tweets he had written a decade ago resurfaced on his first day as a Test cricketer.

Moeen Ali has rubbished the notion that the 'P-word' could ever be dismissed as banter

Moeen Ali has rubbished the notion that the 'P-word' could ever be dismissed as banter

Ollie Robinson apologised over the summer when racist and sexist tweets he had written a decade ago resurfaced on his first day as a Test cricketer

Azeem Rafiq has received an apology from Yorkshire's new chairman, Lord Patel, for racist abuse he suffered during his time there

He urged cricket to learn from the experiences of Ollie Robinson (L) and Azeem

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