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Saturday, June 27, 2009

Kevin Pietersen Sees Positive Sides of his Fall-out with Former Coach Moores

English cricketer Kevin Pietersen has recently said that the January 2009 row involving himself and former coach Peter Moores was needed for the betterment of England team. He now thinks that English cricketers are now much more confident ahead of the much-awaited Ashes 2009 home series against Australia. The middle order batsman, who is currently recovering from injury and is upbeat to take part in the first test starting from 8 July in Cardiff, is also full of praise about current captain Andrew Strauss and coach Andy Flower.



Kevin Pietersen was forced to resign as captain in January just after 5 months in the role following his fall out with the England coach. England cricket team is now gearing up to retain the Ashes title from Australia whom England defeated in their last home Ashes series back in 2005 with Pietersen and Flintoff playing at their best.



Well, I also agree with Pietersen in the fact that Flower and Strauss are doing very well at this moment and the personal relationship between captain and coach seems to a positive side of England’s mission to recapture Ashes title.

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