A remarkable week in Kevin Pietersen’s turbulent profession will end with him flying back to India to play in the IPL feeling double-crossed by what he portrayed as “misleading” conduct by the England administration.
The batsman was presented with wish of any recognition simply by incoming England and Wales Cricket Board chairman Colin Graves, although has become instructed simply by new director regarding cricket John Strauss they are not essential.
“I just find it incredibly deceitful what has happened to me”, inch Pietersen authored in the Telegraph.
- He consented to meet with Strauss and ECB CEO Tom Harrison on the grounds that he was told they would “work together”.
- He feels “deluded” by the ECB.
- It is a “disrespect” if Strauss has been “offered consent to lose this present summer’s Ashes”.
In which Strauss could hardly title gamers who usually do not trust them.
- He will go to play in the IPL on Friday and is yet to settle on a choice on his future.
He made 355 not out against Leicestershire but rather Strauss said he won’t be chosen this late spring in light of the fact that “trust has dissolved” in the middle of Pietersen and the ECB.