Pietersen v Moores

After five eventful and promising months as England captain, Kevin Pietersen, who had made it clear that he would do the job his own way, instigated a management crisis by bringing into the open his differences with his coach, Peter Moores. What had begun with a promise of a bold new era led to the resignation of both captain and coach

England news

Move to Lancashire a blessing for Moores

It is just three months since Peter Moores was unceremoniously sacked as England coach but he hasn't had long to dwell on that crazy week in early January that rocked the national team

Conspiracy, cock-up and class war

The fall-out between Kevin Pietersen and Peter Moores might have seemed like a new low for English cricket but it was merely par for the course

England in the West Indies 2008-09

Strauss backs Pietersen to perform

Andrew Strauss expects Kevin Pietersen to bounce back on the tour of the West Indies after the batsman's resignation as the team's leader

England's captain-coach row

I couldn't support Pietersen over Moores - Flintoff

Although both Kevin Pietersen and Peter Moores - who lost their jobs as captain and coach - had his backing, Andrew Flintoff said he was not in support of Pietersen's move to oust Moores

England leadership crisis

KP can captain again - Vaughan

England's former captain, Michael Vaughan, believes that the man who succeeded him, Kevin Pietersen, deserves another chance to captain his country

England's captain-coach controversy

Captain should be in control - Greig

In the wake of the falling out between Kevin Pietersen and Peter Moores, which ultimately cost both men their jobs, the former England captain Tony Greig has said that the captain should be in ultimate control of the team

England's captain-coach controversy

Flintoff wanted Pietersen to continue

Andrew Flintoff has denied leading the calls for Kevin Pietersen to be removed as England captain and said he hoped Pietersen and Peter Moores would have been able to keep their jobs

The search for England's next coach

Lehmann rules himself out of England role

Darren Lehmann, the former Australia batsman, has ruled himself out of contention for the job of England coach and has opted to stay with Deccan Chargers, the IPL team

England's captain-coach controversy

Key backs Ford for England role

The momentum behind Graham Ford, the Kent director of cricket, as a successor to Peter Moores as England coach is growing after support from Robert Key