England Cricket Team – Booze Culture England Team: England’s disastrous Ashes trip has ended. But the aftermath reports are now exposing ‘BOOZE CULTURE’ in England team. Reports in English media claims that some of the England cricketers, coaching staff members were heavily drinking during the Ashes series: Follow Cricket News LIVE Updates on InsideSport.IN
The end of tour report according to the publication is developed by none other than team’s managing director Ashley Giles.
England Cricket Team: BOMBSHELL Report expose ‘BOOZE culture in England team during Ashes series’
What does the Report Expose? According to the report there is drinking culture developing among players and backroom staff.
The report says, with bubble life at times restricting the movement of the tourists, alcohol was more readily available than usual at the team’s various hotels — and that placed a premium on making the most of the occasional night out.
The report says members of the coaching staff are understood to have been drinking as heavily as the players.
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England Cricket Team – Concerns also raised on fitness related issues in the REPORT
Report exposes another startling revelation around fitness of some of the England players.
According to the report, one of the player reportedly rejected participating in a standard fitness test, and accused management of fat shaming him.
“One player refused to take part in the skin-fold test – a gauge of body fat – and, when pressed, accused England of trying to fat shame him. The test was never carried out,” The Telegraph’s Nick Hoult wrote.
“Fitness levels clearly dipped for some players, who started the tour in good shape but appeared to let that side drift as the tour went on.”
Ollie Robinson, arguably England’s most reliable bowler this series is one such player who has questions raised surrounding his fitness.
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A decision on Silverwood’s fate can be made before the England’s Test team leave for a three-match series in the Caribbean towards the end of February.
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