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Edge Baston deploys masked spotters to combat racial abuse

Cricket Chiefs Twenty20 on SaturdayEnglandandIndiaas a new initiative to combat racist abuse In a collision, send a masked spotter to a crowd of Edgbaston.

Warwickshire has announced a number of new steps to eradicate racism in Edgbaston after many fans have reported abuse in England's recent test match with India. ..

Police have begun investigating the allegations ofon the fourth day of the fifth day of England's seven-wicket victory, which reached a phenomenal climax on July 5. ..

"Unmasked football crowd-style spotters are stationed throughout the stadium to listen to abusive behavior and report immediate action," read Warwickshire's statement. ..

Chief Executive Officer Stuart Cain acknowledged that Warwickshire must take immediate action in response to the test case.

"Earlier this week, nearly 100,000 people saw one of the most exciting test matches in recent history," Cain said. "But we can't hide from the racist abuse experienced by some fans chasing India at the Eric Hollies Stand.

" These unacceptable behaviors by a few people Overshadowed by a great sports contest, the person in charge does not deserve to be part of the cricket family.

"We are all safe and welcome when watching a match. We need to work hard not only as a venue but also as people to take responsibility for making us feel. "