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    Quote Originally Posted by Adders View Post
    Plenty of time for him to do that after he's made the 10K if that's his want.
    yeah, I figure he'll play until the 2015 Ashes then do some t20 and that will be it
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    Quote Originally Posted by GuyFromLancs View Post
    I don't think he will at all. Cook is 6 years younger. I don't think KP will indulge himself in a peeing contest with a guy who may have 8 years left in him
    Out of the 2 my money would be on KP to get there first which wouldn't be a bad career ambition.........to be the first English cricketer to score 10,000 test runs. Even if Cooky get's there a few months later.

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    Pretty sure he will retire after the 13/14 Ashes.

    Maybes not immediately after, but certainly not before.
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    What makes you all think he'll have an early self-made retirement?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Adders View Post
    Plenty of time for him to do that after he's made the 10K if that's his want.
    Seeing as he's said on more than one occasion that one of his ambitions is to get to 10k runs then I'm pretty sure he'll keep going.

    May well see some sort of behind the scenes agreement with the ECB whereby he doesn't retire from ODIs but doesn't play all the series (unless they've changed the rules regarding ODI/T20I availability) to enable that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178 View Post
    Seeing as he's said on more than one occasion that one of his ambitions is to get to 10k runs then I'm pretty sure he'll keep going.
    I really hope he does, but KP has said a lot of things tbf.......you just can't know which way he is going to turn.

    Everything seems to be going swimmingly for him at the moment, he's back in the fold, his workload is getting managed, everyone loves him again.......not so tough being him right now. I'm under no illusion though that that can and will change at some point.

    He could very well play tests beyond 2015 or he could just say **** it and quit tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garson007 View Post
    What makes you all think he'll have an early self-made retirement?
    The ego's need to retire on top.
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    He's got one hell of an ego - I think he'll have Sachin trouble myself

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    Would be a guy who would hate to be out of the spotlight

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    My bet is he will retire after the ashes, play T20 for 12 months than make a comeback from retirement when England starts to struggle
    His comeback will probably be unsuccesful but it will feed his ego with all the debate about whether he will make a comeback or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Pretty sure he will retire after the 13/14 Ashes.

    Maybes not immediately after, but certainly not before.
    Out of 10, how satisfied did this post make you? Can imagine you sitting there with the biggest smirk when you hit "post".
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    Impossible to predict the future for someone as volatile as Pieterson. Circumstances may even take the choice out of his hands.

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    He'd get big interest from the 20/20 franchises

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monk View Post
    He'd get big interest from the 20/20 franchises
    No question about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monk View Post
    He'd get big interest from the 20/20 franchises
    Absolutely, but unless these leagues are likely to go tits up before hand that cash cow will wait for him.

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