(Agencies) Recently Graeme Swann shared his views on this whole controversy with Kevin Pietersen in a podcast called ‘In the Pink’. Graeme Swann has spoken out about the circumstances surrounding his retirement, saying he had become "a liability", while urging England to keep Kevin Pietersen in the team.
Graeme Swann has called Kevin Pietersen’s autobiography the biggest work of fiction since Jules Verne and said Matt Prior ‘fought tooth and nail’ for the batsman Graeme Swann and Kevin Pietersen flank England captain Andrew Strauss during trophy celebrations after England beat India 4-0 in a Test series in England in 2011. Graeme Swann has insisted that there was no culture of bullying at the heart of the England team – and claimed that Kevin Pietersen’s career … Swann said, “We are a team that got to number one in the world, and in a team, there are always going to be individuals. Ninety-nine percent of that side were all in it for the team,” Kevin Pietersen's allegations were that England bowlers ruled with fear but Graeme Swann insists bowlers knew where line was and that assassination of Matt Prior can be considered bullying