Jason Roy, England’s explosive opener, has been suspended for two games. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has banned Roy for his bad behaviour. A fine of 2500 Euro (roughly two lakh rupees) has also been imposed by the board.
On Tuesday, the European Central Bank (ECB) announced that Roy had been banned and fined for his bad behaviour. The board also stated that if Roy’s behaviour does not improve, the ban could be extended to a year. According to a statement released by the England Board, “Jason Roy has been found guilty by the Cricket Disciplinary Committee’s Disciplinary Panel. Jason has admitted that the allegations against him are true, and that he should not have acted the way he did.” Because it tarnishes cricket, the ECB, and himself. Jason has gone against ECB directive 3.3.”
The board went on to say, “Jason has been suspended for the next two England matches in which he will be available for selection, but this suspension could last up to a year. However, it is contingent on his actions. He also has 2,500 on him. They have been fined Euros and must pay it by March 31, 2022.
The right-handed batsman, who is 31 years old, has withdrawn from the IPL 2022. The Gujarat Titans, the league’s newest franchise, paid a hefty sum of two crores for him in the auction. Roy had withdrawn from IPL 2022 due to the bio bubble. This was not the first time he withdrew from the IPL; he did so in IPL 2020 when Delhi Capitals bought him. He had already decided not to play at the time.