England’s cricketers have refused to acknowledge a watchful Australian media during Brisbane airfield in a arise of Jonathan Trott’s exit from a Ashes tour.
ENGLAND’S cricketers have shunned a Aussie media in a infrequently weird confront during Brisbane Airport.
The Ashes tourists were understandably demure to discuss after the startle depart of teammate Jonathan Trott due to a stress-related condition, though a demeanour in that they dealt with a watchful press is certain to lift a few eyebrows.
Rather than charity a standard, “no comment”, many of a Englishmen went for a wordless approach, literally ignoring all questions or comments thrown their approach by a press pack.
The many unusual process was unsurprisingly employed by argumentative batsman Kevin Pietersen, who had headphones in his ears and steady “I can’t hear you” any time he was asked a question.
Australian reporters were not invited to a press discussion where manager Andy Flower discussed Trott’s preference to fly home, and a England patrol has had a diligent attribute with a internal media via a debate so far.
The Courier-Mail’s ‘Broad Ban’ debate stormy copiousness of feathers, nonetheless a male it targeted, Stuart Broad, seemed to take it all in his walk and even flourished underneath a increasing scrutiny.
Pietersen hasn’t shied divided from responding to taunts from both fans and media outlets on Twitter, frequently replying to those that send insults his way, including Courier-Mail publisher Ben Dorries.
But in light of a revelations surrounding Trott, it appears Alastair Cook’s group have close adult shop.