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Former England worldwide Trevor Sinclair accused the Queen of permitting racism to ‘thrive’ (Image: Getty)

talkSPORT have tried to contact pundit Trevor Sinclair after the previous England worldwide and present pundit accused the Queen of permitting racism to ‘thrive’.

Queen Elizabeth II died peacefully at the age of 96 in Balmoral on Thursday, ending a exceptional reign of greater than 70 years.

The long-serving monarch’s dying has sparked a 10-day interval of nationwide mourning and whereas the overwhelming response to an occasion of monumental nationwide significance has been constructive and respectful, Sinclair took a special method.

He wrote on Twitter: ‘Racism was outlawed in England within the 60’s & it’s been allowed to thrive so why ought to black and brown mourn!!’ 

The 49-year-old confronted an infinite backlash on social media which prompted his employers to reply by confirming they had been launching an investigation.

They tweeted: ‘We have now been making an attempt to make contact with Trevor Sinclair following opinions expressed on his Twitter account.

‘talkSPORT doesn’t help these views expressed and is investigating the matter.’

Simon Jordan accused his talkSPORT colleague Trevor Sinclair of being divisive (Image: talkSPORT)

Trevor Sinclair has deleted his tweet concerning the Queen (Image: Twitter)

Sinclair usually seems on numerous reveals on talkSPORT providing perception on a spread of points and is a daily sparring companion of the outspoken former Crystal Palace proprietor Simon Jordan.

The 54-year-old was left shocked by his colleague’s remark, which has now been deleted, and accused the previous Manchester Metropolis, West Ham and QPR winger of inflicting division.

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‘Trev, I’m actually unsure that’s an acceptable thought, not to mention tweet,’ he replied.

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‘The nation has misplaced a really vital particular person and respect and worth needs to be the overriding sentiments not division!’

One in every of Sinclair’s former colleagues at talkSPORT, Georgie Bingham, was equally greatly surprised by his feedback.

‘Bloody hell Trev. What the hell are you considering?’ she wrote.

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