Undercover ‘spotters’ to be deployed at Edgbaston to combat racism : LONDON The officials of the cricket will deploy spotters undercover in the crowd at Edgbaston in the Saturday’s T20 International between England and India in an effort to stop the racial abuse.
Warwickshire the English county, whose headquarters are located at the Birmingham stadium, has made a number of announcements in an effort to eradicate racism following numerous fans complained of abuse at England’s recent Test match against India in Edgbaston.
Police have launched an inquiry into claims of racist remarks made on Monday the fifth day of five, that ended with England winning a thrilling contest by seven wickets.
Undercover ‘spotters’ to be deployed at Edgbaston
“Undercover football crowd-style spotters will be placed throughout the stadium to listen out for abusive behaviour and report it for immediate action,” stated the Warwickshire statement.
Stuart Cain, Warwickshire’s chief executive, stated that the club must do more to stop the type of incidents that have marred the test match.
“Nearly 100,000 people watched one of the most exciting Test matches in recent history earlier this week,” said the official. declared.
“But we must not avoid the racist and mindless violence suffered by some fans who were watching India at the Eric Hollies Stand.
“These inexplicably bad actions of only a few individuals have ruined a fantastic sporting event, and the people who are responsible don’t merit to be part of our cricket team.
“We need to work harder as people, as well as a venue, to take responsibility for ensuring that everyone feels safe and welcome when watching the game.”
The Bharat Army The most prestigious India supporters’ association, stated that “many” of its members at the Edgbaston stadium were victimized in the past by “a very small minority”.
For more Details , visit our site Ofwpinoytv .