KP unsure on three captains
Kevin Pietersen is reserving judgment on England's decision to appoint different captains for each format.
Last Updated: 10/05/11 1:06pm
Kevin Pietersen is reserving judgment on England's decision to appoint different captains for each format of the international game.
Andrew Strauss will continue in charge of the Test side but has retired from limited-overs cricket following the World Cup quarter-final exit in March.
His Test opening partner Alastair Cook has been put in charge for one-day internationals, with Stuart Broad succeeding Paul Collingwood in Twenty20s.
Pietersen, whose own ill-fated five months as England skipper ended in January 2009, admits the situation is "fascinating" - but also acknowledges it is uncharted territory.
"It's fascinating, we've now got three captains," Pietersen told Sky Sports News HD.
"It's the first time it's ever been done but they are young with fresh ideas and Andy (England coach, Flower) has had some good ideas so let's hope this is another one.
"The three are going to have to put a lot of work in and no-one knows whether it's going to work, so let's see how it goes."