The England Cricket Board has banned explosive opener Jason Roy for two matches. However, the England and Wales Cricket Board has not disclosed why they have banned Roy. But in many media reports it is being said that Jason Roy has been banned for not playing IPL.
The ECB said that Jason Roy has admitted that his conduct was not in the best interests of cricket or that it has hurt the image of cricket, the ECB and himself. Let us tell you that Roy’s ban is for the next two matches, but if his behavior does not change then he can be suspended for 12 months.
Apart from the ban, Roy has also been fined 2,500 euros. The ECB said in its statement, the Disciplinary Panel of the Cricket Disciplinary Committee gave its decision against Jason Roy. Jason has accepted the allegations against him and he should not have done the behavior that he did, because it brings a bad reputation to cricket, the ECB and himself. Jason has violated ECB directive 3.3.
He further said, Jason Roy has been suspended from the next two matches of England in which he will be available for selection, but this suspension can also be of 12 months. Although it depends on their behavior. Apart from this, he has been fined 2,500 Euro and he will have to pay this fine by 31 March 2022.
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