Wednesday, January 9, 2013

kevin pietersen signed full contract of ECB | Pietersen given full England contract


LONDON : Kevin Pietersen rubber-stamped his come to the britain set-up on Wed by language a full central contract with the britain and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).

Pietersen was frozen out of the international image in August last year once he was born for the ultimate check against Republic of South Africa over claims he sent text messages to rival players criticising then-England captain Apostle Strauss.

The South Africa-born batter afterwards came back to the squad towards the tip of 2012, however was solely tied to a short contract that was owing to expire at the tip of the month.

However, limited-overs coach Ashley Giles confirmed on Wed that the 32-year-old has currently signed a full central contract with the ECB that puts him on a par with the remainder of his England team-mates.

The current set of central contracts is owing to expire at the tip of September.

Pietersen endured a turbulent 2012, that saw him announce his retirement from each 50-over and Twenty20 internationals.

He even solid doubt over his future within the check arena, shortly before he was axed from the aspect in August over a disputable exchange of text messages with the road Republic of South Africa team.

He incomprehensible the globe Twenty20 in Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka and wasn't given one among ten central contracts distributed in September.

However, once holding talks with the ECB he came back to the britain squad in Oct and afterwards in agreement to come all told formats of the sport.