England has a bullying culture:Kevin PietersenNew Delhi: Kevin Pietersen in his autobiography has accuses England of having a bullying culture and said that he was a victim of that culture.Pietersen's autobiography is being released today.Pietersen was shown the door after
New Delhi: Kevin Pietersen in his autobiography has accuses England of having a bullying culture and said that he was a victim of that culture.
Pietersen's autobiography is being released today.
Pietersen was shown the door after England's humiliation in Australia, for his maverick ways.
He reserves his most stinging criticism for Matt Prior and Andy Flower in an extraordinary attack on England.
It has long been known that Pietersen would aim his guns on Prior who tried to broker a peace deal after Pietersen had sent derogatory texts about Andrew Strauss to South African opponents but who now finds himself accused of leading a concerted regime of bullying within the team.
‘Horrendous. Hugely disturbing,' says Pietersen in his book. ‘I brought it up on numerous occasions. I told Andrew Strauss about it. I told Alastair Cook about it. It was a huge thing.
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