Also be aware anyone who is thinking of joining the pro-KP camp, you'll be agreeing with Piers Morgan
Couldn't give a toss. I'd be agreeing with Michael Vaughn also (who happened to say it first), whose opinion on the English cricket team (and for that matter on KP himself) is worth considerably more...
He was instrumental in the removals of two coaches and a captain whilst in the England team, and never showed much contrition.
He was instrumental in winning the ashes four times in six series, also being the top scorer in the two series we didn't win. He helped England to win the T20 world cup, and achieve number 1 status in all three forms of the game. I couldn't give a toss whether the team or the management like a player or players. What I do give a toss is whether they win matches. With KP, they did. Lots.
Zokes will have to wake up, pull back his KP branded duvet, have a shave in his KP branded (full-length obviously) mirror and decide on a response.
My eight day old daughter is more mature than you. (And I have a beard, so no naked shaving fantasies for you either!)
Now you've got your way. What now? Who's the next destructive middle order batsman who can take the game away from the opposition? To single handedly remove a bowler from the opposition's attack?
When Australia had difficult players, they sacked the management, got someone who could do the job, and had the same difficult players whitewash England within six months. What do England do? Sack the best player they have, and hope that Captain Conservative will come good. It had better work, because Bell and Cook aside, there are no other batsmen in that lineup to routinely worry even the Windies at this stage*
*Stokes will hopefully go on to be someone to worry any opposition though, even if he's not good enouigh for our T20 team - another example of our stunning management