Full coverage of the fallout from Kevin Pietersen's book
Eight months after his sacking by England following the 5-0 Ashes whitewash, Kevin Pietersen has had his say on a controversial career in no uncertain terms
Eight months after his sacking by England following the 5-0 Ashes whitewash, Kevin Pietersen has had his say on a controversial career in no uncertain terms. Andy Flower and Matt Prior came in for the strongest criticism in a book that led to days of claims and counterclaims.
October 15 Rob Steen - KP and the green-eyed monster
October 14 Martin Crowe - The insecure kid who never grew up
October 12 News - Flower a man of 'superb integrity'
October 11 News - KP has tarnished a golden era - Cook Review - A flawed character in a flawed system
October 10 News - Pietersen claims 'sad' - Anderson
October 9 News - KP 'madness' is damaging England - Strauss Switch Hit - A book that would never have a happy ending Geoff Boycott - 'Pietersen and ECB should have spoken out earlier'
October 8 Interview - 'I made mistakes, said things I shouldn't have said' News - We didn't bully but it's not the U-11s - Swann Analysis - Was Pietersen a scapegoat? News - KP won't play for England again - Giles Analysis - KP needed more freedom Ed Smith - A genius of self-belief and desire
October 7 News - Revealed: The case against Pietersen Simon Barnes - Who needs a litany of Pietersen's complaints? Alan Gardner - KP's Big Cheese meltdown
October 6George Dobell - Pietersen's end a catalogue of failures News - KP reveals how career ended News - KP book 'a work of fiction' - Swann Quotes - 'Dour' Flower, 'negative' Prior, 'company man' Cook News - Pietersen attacks Flower and Prior