File - In this Monday, Dec. 16, 2013 photo, England's Kevin Pietersen walks back to the pavilion on the fourth day of their Ashes cricket Test match against Australia, in Perth, Australia. (AP Photo/Theron Kirkman)
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Kevin Pietersen is not in England's plans this summer due to a complete breakdown in trust but has not been banned from playing international cricket in the future.England director Andrew Strauss outlined his plans in his new role Tuesday and the controversial Pietersen was, unsurprisingly, the main topic of interest.Pietersen was sacked by England last year following a number of incidents that culminated in the 5-0 Ashes defeat in Australia during which he was accused of bring disengaged from the team.Strauss' first task as director was to sack Peter Moores as coach and two days later Pietersen gave a timely reminder of his batting talent with an innings of 355 not out for Surrey in the county championship, the highest score of his career.South African-born Pietersen, 34, has made 8,181 test runs, including 23 centuries, and is England's highest run-scorer in all forms of international cricket.
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