#sports Lord Patel is revealed as 'ECB suit' who Ben Stokes told to 'f*** off' in 2019

#sports Lord Patel is revealed as ‘ECB suit’ who Ben Stokes told to ‘f*** off’ in 2019

#sports activities Lord Patel is revealed as ‘ECB swimsuit’ who Ben Stokes told to ‘f*** off’ in 2019

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EXCLUSIVE: Lord Patel is revealed as the ‘ECB swimsuit’ who Ben Stokes told to ‘f*** off’ after he requested for selfie following 2019 World Cup triumph… with England star left livid at being banned from 2017-18 Ashes tour over Bristol brawl

  • The profession of England Test captain Ben Stokes is explored in a brand new documentary
  • Sportsmail can now reveal the identification of the ‘ECB swimsuit’ that Stokes was indignant to
  • Lord Patel was working with the ECB in 2019 when Stokes told him to ‘f*** off’
  • Stokes was indignant at being banned for the 2017-18 Ashes tour over Bristol brawl 

Yorkshire chairman Lord Patel was the thriller ‘ECB swimsuit’ who Ben Stokes told to ‘f*** off’ after England’s dramatic World Cup win in 2019, Sportsmail can reveal.

In a documentary from Amazon Prime to be launched on Friday, the England captain says he was so indignant on the ECB for banning him from the 2017-18 Ashes tour over the notorious Bristol brawl that he swore at a senior government who requested for a selfie at Lord’s two years later.

Patel was the ECB official who bore the brunt of Stokes’s rage. The former social employee was senior impartial director of the ECB on the time. 

Yorkshire chairman Lord Patel was in firing line of Ben Stokes in 2019, Sportsmail can reveal

Yorkshire chairman Lord Patel was in firing line of Ben Stokes in 2019, Sportsmail can reveal

Stokes, after winning the 2019 World Cup, told Patel, then working at the ECB, to 'f*** off'

 Stokes, after profitable the 2019 World Cup, told Patel, then working on the ECB, to ‘f*** off’

He left the governing physique in 2020 earlier than being put in as Yorkshire chairman final yr.

Patel could really feel unlucky to have been on the receiving finish of Stokes’s anger, however the all-rounder has no regrets.

‘If this individual did not understand how I felt in the direction of them then, they did know the night time of the World Cup last,’ Stokes says in the documentary.

Stokes was suspended from all cricket for 4 months and stripped of the England vice-captaincy after being charged with affray. 

He was acquitted in August 2018, however an ECB disciplinary panel later discovered him responsible of bringing the sport into disrepute.

Stokes is the subject of a new Amazon Prime documentary which focuses on his life and career

Stokes is the topic of a brand new Amazon Prime documentary which focuses on his life and profession

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