Sing sing wherever you may be
We are the famous Barmy Army
And we'll cheer England on wherever they may be
And we'll sing them on to another victory...
Pretty sure he will retire after the 13/14 Ashes.
Maybes not immediately after, but certainly not before.
- As featured in The Independent.
"Straight out of England's Bumper Book of Balls ups"
- Mike Selvey on England's first innings collapse at The Gabba
What makes you all think he'll have an early self-made retirement?
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.
marc71178 - President and founding member of AAAS - we don't only appreciate when he does well, but also when he's not quite so good!
Anyone want to join the Society?
Beware the evils of Kit-Kats - they're immoral apparently.
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.
He's got one hell of an ego - I think he'll have Sachin trouble myself
Would be a guy who would hate to be out of the spotlight
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.
Impossible to predict the future for someone as volatile as Pieterson. Circumstances may even take the choice out of his hands.
He'd get big interest from the 20/20 franchises
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