New Delhi: Former England captain Michael Vaughan has said that this year’s Ashes series should be canceled if the families of English players cannot accompany them to Australia. English cricketers are to go to Australia in November this year for the Ashes series, but due to the Corona protocol in Australia, players cannot take their families along.
Vaughan tweeted this
Vaughan tweeted, “Read reports that England cricketers may not be able to take their family members to the Ashes. If they can’t, the Ashes should be canceled because being away from your family for four months is unacceptable. is.”
Read reports today that England cricketers may not be able to have family members with them down under this winter .. Quite simply if they can’t they should call the Ashes off .. 4 months away from your family is totally unacceptable .. #Ashes
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) June 22, 2021
Peterson gave this statement
Apart from Vaughan, former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen also said that he will support any player if he does not want to go for the Ashes without leaving his family. England wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler also expressed his opinion that winning the Ashes is a challenge and without family it will be more difficult. He had said, “Many players in the team have young children for whom it will be difficult to leave them. I hope that there is a positive solution to this.” According to the report, Cricket Australia has requested the Australian government to allow English cricketers to be brought along with their family members.
Also read: WTC Final: Coach Ravi Shastri breaks silence on Team India’s defeat, says- “Big things don’t come easily”