It has been 20 years since Zimbabwe was included as a Test nation. Mike O'Donnell, writing for the Guardian, explores the journey of Zimbabwe cricket since, and the rebuilding process since the black armband protest in 2003. He analyses whether it's in good hands going ahead.
Since 1992, most international cricketers have largely been able to focus purely on their game. Where South Africa has a cricketing pedigree which now spans 124 years to fall back on, as well as a sport-mad public to support, cricket in Zimbabwe has struggled to impact at a time where there are bigger issues present.
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