Andrew Flintoff may be presently indisposed to the England ODI and Twenty20 team. But he wants to expand his horizons.
Andrew Symonds is hoping to find a life more satisfying than a contract with the Australian cricket board. If it means playing for Twenty20 teams in other cricketing countries, Symonds is very much open to the idea.
Now apparently Flintoff is eager to develop his cricket in other countries now that he has retired from Test cricket for England. His injuries though have thrown a dampener as apparently, he is being sought after by a couple of South African provincial sides including the Dolphins and supposedly there were talks to have Flintoff play for South Australia as well.
Flintoff already committed to England for the Twenty20 and ODI teams, for which he has received an incremental pay from the England Wales Cricket Board (ECB). He is also signed up for the Chennai Super Kings team in the IPL, although he left the team early with injuries.