JP Duminy has been appointed the captain of Delhi Daredevils ahead of the 2015 season. Daredevils were led by Kevin Pietersen last year, but the franchise released him as part of an overhaul which saw them offload 13 players from their 2014 squad
Kevin Pietersen may have been deemed "disengaged" by the England management, but at Surrey he is viewed as an ideal role-model for young players
Kevin Pietersen's deal to play for Surrey this summer has been confirmed. It had long been anticipated that he would return to The Oval after securing a release from his IPL contract.
Sunrisers Hyderabad head coach Tom Moody believes England "would be foolish" not to consider Kevin Pietersen "as a serious option" if he is able to prove his fitness and form in county cricket
Kevin Pietersen's attempt to regain his England place have been confirmed as deadly serious by his announcement that he has negotiated his release from the group stages of the IPL to try to stage a dramatic international comeback
James Whitaker, the England national selector, has poured further cold water on the notion of Kevin Pietersen returning to play for England saying the batsman is "not part" of England's plans.
Kevin Pietersen's involvement in the 2015 IPL hangs on a crisis meeting at Lord's on Tuesday that will examine England's response to a disastrous showing at the World Cup
A few days after Colin Graves appeared to open the door on Kevin Pietersen's return to the England side, Peter Moores has sought to slam it shut again
Kevin Pietersen has been offered an unlikely route back into English cricket after an audacious bid from Leicestershire.
Stuart Broad has no wish to revive the debate about Kevin Pietersen's England career and described talk that has swirled in the days following Colin Graves' comments as a "distraction
Kevin Pietersen is serious about playing for England again, he should start playing county cricket. That was the challenge laid down by the new chairman of the ECB, Colin Graves
In a sign that Amazon's months-long fight with Hachette may be winding down, some of the book publisher's titles were available for preorder on the ecommerce retailer this week. Among the titles were Kevin Pietersen's The Autobiography, which debuts Dec. Show More Summary
Have you noticed that some batters set up differently? Bent knees and a slightly wider base are notable in Kevin Pietersen, Graeme Smith and Gary Ballance. They move completely differently. Their movements don't relate to those coaching...Show More Summary
Kevin Pietersen’s autobiography is the saddest book of its type I’ve ever read. By its end you begin to think that KP and the ECB deserved each other and realise… Continue reading The post The sad but inevitable downfall of Kevin Pietersen. A tragedy in two innings. appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Kevin Pietersen has written a startling autobiography. So startling that it has taken the English cricketing and journalistic establishment by surprise. It is a catalogue of leaks, intrigues, triumphs and disappointments which accompanied...Show More Summary
Ahh KP - two faces and multiple personalities, most of them somewhat unfortunate.
Credits: Getty Images Alt Text: Kevin Pietersen of England The gentleman's game is eating itself… imagine if they had been footballers Talking Point Jonathan Harwood Thursday, October 9, 2014 - 1:42pm The unedifying bout of hysteriaShow More Summary
Seven years ago Kevin Pietersen produced his first attempt at autobiography, Crossing the Boundary: The Early Years in My Cricketing Life. Atrociously written, it demonstrated no awareness of the world… Continue reading The post The unbearable ingratitude of Kevin Pietersen appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Credits: Gettty Alt Text: Roy Keane, Kevin Pietersen Both men's autobiographies have revealed unfavourable aspects of their characters First Reaction Tuesday, October 7, 2014 - 2:12pm See related: Still making enemies: 7 revelationsShow More Summary
Credits: GLYN KIRK/AFP/Getty Alt Text: Roy Keane 'Dark' new book deals with Ferguson, Clough and Ronaldo - and a punch-up with Peter Schmeichel Briefing Tuesday, October 7, 2014 - 12:23pm Kevin Pietersen is not the only sportsman toShow More Summary