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HARARE---Zimbabwe batsman Brendan Taylor
made the decision last year to give up internationals
because the team was "not heading in the right
direction," he said yesterday.
Taylor decided on last year s tour of Bangladesh
to quit, well before the Cricket World Cup, because
the team was struggling, and he had to think about
his family s financial stability, he said.
Zimbabwe lost all three Tests and all five one-day
internationals on that tour in November and
December, a particularly embarrassing result against
its closest rival at the bottom of the international
"To be honest with you, my decision was made
before the World Cup, when we were in Bangladesh,"
Taylor said. "For once, I struggled to enjoy my cricket.
I felt we were not heading in the right direction as
a team, and my main outcome of that was to make
a decision that would benefit my kids and entire
Taylor has signed a three-year contract to play for
Nottinghamshire in English county cricket.
But the former captain s exit from the national
team at the age of 29, and after two centuries at the
ongoing World Cup, once again drew attention to
Zimbabwe cricket s problem of retaining talent.
Many of Zimbabwe s best players have chosen
contracts in England and elsewhere over playing for
their country. It s unlikely that Taylor will play for
the national team again, certainly not during his con-
tract at Nottinghamshire.
Taylor was speaking at a news conference after
returning from the World Cup in Australia and New
Zealand, where Zimbabwe was eliminated in the pool
stage despite his back-to-back hundreds against Ire-
land and defending champion India.
Zimbabwe won just one of its six games, against
non-Test nation United Arab Emirates. The Zim-
babweans lost to another non-test nation, Ireland.
Taylor has played 23 Tests and 167 ODIs. He made
his international debut at age 18. (AP)
cricket not heading
in right direction
A year ago, England decided it could no longer
live with the divisive dressing-room influence of
Kevin Pietersen and ditched its most talented and
The realisation is dawning on English cricket, how-
ever, that it can t live without him.
As the national team lurches from one embarrass-
ment to another, Pietersen is being held up as a potential
savior. As one British newspaper put it recently, he
could go from being the outcast to the messiah.
From the moment he was dumped after last year s
Ashes whitewash by Australia---so, as England put it,
the team could build a new "ethos and philosophy "---
Pietersen has said he would do anything for another
It seems barely a day goes by when Pietersen, a
brash, social media-friendly character, doesn t beg for
a recall. And in the past few weeks, Pietersen has been
given fresh hope.
Colin Graves, the incoming chairman of the England
and Wales Cricket Board, said last month that players
would be picked on performance and not personality
when he takes over the role in May. Then, England
was eliminated at the pool stage in the Cricket World
Cup with barely a whimper, its exit sealed by a humil-
iating loss to Bangladesh.
Cue fevered speculation about a return for Pietersen.
"There will be a change of scenery at board level
with the ECB," Pietersen told Fox Sports in Australia,
"and I ve always expressed my desire to play for England
again if I get the opportunity.
"It seems encouraging but I ve obviously got a few
steps that I ve got to climb."
Officially, Pietersen is in Australia to work as a tel-
evision pundit with Fox for the knockout stage of the
World Cup. Yet he is using the stage to promote his
potential usefulness for England.
"I don t think my best days are behind
me," Pietersen said yesterday. "That s non-
sense---I reckon I ve still got quite a few Test
hundreds in me."
Graves said Pietersen would need to play
county cricket in England if he is to stand a
chance of being selected for his country.
Selectors "can t ignore" Pietersen, Graves
added, if he is scoring runs at county level.
"Forget personalities," Graves told The Daily
Telegraph. "Selectors pick the best players in
form, taking wickets, and scoring runs. That
is their job."
The Telegraph has reported that Pietersen
is willing to turn his back on his lucrative
contract with Indian Premier League team
Sunrisers Hyderabad to ensure his availability
for English county cricket ahead of summer
series against New Zealand and Australia.
Pietersen retweeted a link to that story, and
told Fox: "That s what I m looking at at the
Pietersen is a former England captain and
the country s all-time leading run-scorer in
all formats. He has scored 23 centuries in his
total of 8,181 runs at an average of 47.28 over
104 Tests. He has averaged 40.73 runs in 136
one-day internationals, and 37.93 runs in 37
If he does make a dramatic England return,
Pietersen would have to mend some relation-
ships that are likely to have been affected by
allegations in his autobiography, released in
October, that a clique in the England side
bullied and intimidated teammates. He was
also very critical of former players and mem-
bers of the coaching staff.
Pietersen was the second-highest scorer
in the recent Big Bash T20 tournament in
Australia, hitting 293 runs at an average of
41.86 for Melbourne Stars, and played with-
out pain, showing he could be over a knee
problem that affected the last years of his
test career. (AP)
Outcast Pietersen set for another chance with England
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