Pietersen takes another shot at Flower

"If a great coach was in charge of England, none of this would have happened"

“If a great coach was in charge of England, none of this would have happened”

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Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has taken another shot at ex-head coach Andy Flower, stating that he should have done something to stop a rift forming in the dressing room.

Pietersen also noted that Flower could have prevented his international career from ending prematurely.

In his autobiography, Pietersen also revealed that former off-spinner Graeme Swann, pace bowler Stuart Broad and wicketkeeper-batsman Matt Prior were the main culprits behind the bullying culture within the national team.

“The team-mates played a part in it because they were allowed to play a part in it,” Pietersen told Sky Sports. “Yes they did play a part in it, but a decent man-manager, a decent coach would have sorted the whole situation out so none of this would ever have happened.

“If a great coach was in charge of England, none of this would have happened.”

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