London: England all-rounder
Flintoff to quit Tests!
According to Pringle, reading Flintoff''s body language is never easy.
“He looked pensive, especially when sitting down to put his pads on (which he did twice) then, later, while lacing up his bowling boots. Earlier, he spent 10 minutes chatting with Steve Bull, the team psychologist, though this might have been about the weather rather than his personal expectations for this match," says Pringle in his report.
Flintoff is not the only one with a fitness cloud hanging over him after Ian Bell twisted his right ankle playing football on Monday.