Andrew Flintoff Comes Out of Retirement, Will Play T20 Cricket for Lancashire

England all rounder Andrew Flintoff has once again decided to play the sport, and that too its shortest format. Ready to take the field once again "Freddie" will play for Lanchashire in the domestic T20 competition on Tuesday.

updated: May 30, 2014 14:34 IST
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London: Former England captain Andrew Flintoff has come out of retirement to join Lancashire's squad for this season's English domestic Twenty20 competition, the county announced on Friday.

Pace bowling all-rounder Flintoff, 36, was forced to retire through injury in 2009, his ankles and knees having repeatedly suffered from the pounding they took as he charged in.

However, the Preston-born Flintoff has been training again with his native Lancashire, the only county side he's ever represented, in recent months and is looking forward to making a comeback he once thought was beyond him.

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