Goodness sky, this will endlessly run, then run some more. The Aussies should be giggling themselves senseless watching our cricket crew doing its messy clothing in broad daylight. Be that as it may, when the ECB forced this dumb ridiculous privacy condition, this tempest was continuously going to occur. Maybe the smartest point made regarding the matter hitherto came from Mike Atherton, who essentially said reality lies some in the middle between. He likewise calls Pietersen and ‘problematic observer’, which I assume is valid: KP is giving his declaration, and better believe it sure he’s one-sided. He’s putting any misinformation to rest and attempting to prevail upon individuals.
With respect to what I’ve actually made of the present occasions
I think Paul Downton emerges from it most awful. As I would see it he’s depicted as a quitter – and I will more often than not concur. All he turned up in Sydney, having missed the Melbourne test since he was flying at that point, asked Blossom for an update, followed up on Bloom’s suggestions, then, at that point, gave him an advancement. Furthermore, remind me what he rehashed about the insufficient captain? Subsequent to seeing Downton’s meeting on Sky prior in the mid-year, I’m persuaded he resembled a youngster at Christmas in the wake of taking up his job at the ECB.
He appeared captivated by Bloom and Cook, and as I would like to think did precisely exact thing they needed in light of the fact that he didn’t have the strength (being new to the job and outside cricket for quite some time) to sack the skipper and mentor as his most memorable demonstration in a new position. Rather an alternate substitute was found. Be that as it may, maybe this is a straying. Today all is by all accounts about Pietersen the man. Is it safe to say that he is a casualty or would he say he is jumpy? Is it safe to say that he was truly harassed, or does he basically come up short on comical inclination? There’s talk in all changing areas. Perhaps KP basically couldn’t take it?
It has been accounted for ordinarily that the Britain changing area has factions
New players frequently find it challenging to change and feel acknowledged (ask Scratch Compton and Michael Carberry). Is it actually up to this point got that Pietersen felt estranged and aggrieved, particularly after the KP Virtuoso Twitter undertaking? Furthermore, what can’t be denied is that Pietersen was a quintessential expert regarding his hard working attitude and planning. He was likewise an incredible tutor for the more youthful players … those external the inner circle. Essentially thusly, he can’t be all awful. The critical inquiry for me is whether Andy Bloom truly is (or rather was) a harasser. Well how in the world would we say we should be aware from where we’re sitting? I accept Pietersen totally when he portrays Bloom as a ‘temperament hoover’.
His post-match interviews were similarly intriguing as watching a feline lick its rear. Be that as it may, a harasser? Truly? Some would agree that Sir Alex Ferguson was a domineering jerk. He’s respected by a lot of people to be the best football supervisor ever. I can’t help thinking about what he would have made of David Beckham, or Roy Keane so far as that is concerned, saying “you don’t frighten me chief” (which is what Pietersen concedes he said to Blossom).I’ll need to peruse the book myself, and condensation more response, before I can arrive at any firm resolutions. Shouldn’t something be said about you all? It very well may be a drawn out week.