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Update Zimbabwe players ready to 'play for free' to keep cricket alive in their country
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"We will play for free as long as we can see the light at the end of the tunnel," a senior squad member told ESPNcricinfo. "Our next assignment is the (T20 World Cup) qualifiers. We will play for free."

The qualifiers remain the focus for Zimbabwe's cricketers - men and women - although they have been barred from taking part in those events under the terms of their suspension by the ICC. Four members of the national women's team were also dropped from the ICC's Global Development Squad, but their exclusion does not extend to all cricket.

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Really feel sorry looking at Zimbabwe cricket now.
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ICC should actually rethink it's rules. They should allow atleast partial interference from govt. It's because of this ICC rule that govt should not involve in cricket administration, the sport can't find a place in Olympics. Because the international Olympic committee rules suggest that all athletes should be directly picked by the government. These two rules contradict each other.
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