England captain Jos Buttler got fed up and finally changed his name

Jos Buttler, the captain of England’s white-ball teams, ODI and T20, has changed his name after getting tired of being misspelled and spoken.

This was confirmed by the England Cricket Board (ECB) on Monday on social media platforms after which Jos Buttler’s new name will now be Josh Butler.

ECB shared a video of Jos Buttler on the photo and video-sharing platform Instagram in which he talks about how his name has been misspelled and misspelled for years.

Jos Buttler got fed up and finally changed his name

Jos Buttler says ‘I am England’s white-ball captain Jos Buttler but I have been called by the wrong name all my life.’

“From the public to my mother and even on birthday cards, it was written ‘Dear Josh, you are growing up now,'” he added. Happy Birthday.”

Butler also revealed that the MBE medal awarded to him by the British government also has Josh Butler written on it.

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“Even my name was misspelled on the MBE, so after representing my country for 13 years and winning two World Cups, it’s time to sort that out,” he says. I am solving this problem for everyone. My name is now officially Josh Butler.

33-year-old Josh Buttler has played 57 Tests, 181 ODIs, and 114 T20Is for England so far.

Josh Buttler was part of the England team that won the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.

Apart from this, England won the ICCT20 World Cup in 2022 under his captaincy.

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