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Zimbabwe players watch as coach Alan Butcher demonstrates a point

The Good Murungu

From Zimbabwe, with love

Alan Butcher's memoirs of his time as the country's coach are full of affection, if also marked by disappointments and frustrations

ESPNcricinfo staff

Prosper Utseya, Hamilton Masakadza and Brendan Taylor with the World Cup trophy at Victoria falls

Zimbabwe news

ZC committee probing Utseya's allegations

Zimbabwe Cricket chairman Wilson Manase has said that a "committee of enquiry" is investigating the allegations of racism made by offspinner Prosper Utseya against the board's managing director Alistair Campbell

Liam Brickhill and Tristan Holme

Prosper Utseya celebrates one of his two wickets

Zimbabwe news

Utseya lays racism allegations against Campbell

The racial tension bubbling within Zimbabwe cricket has been brought to the surface by a lengthy letter from Prosper Utseya to Zimbabwe Cricket chairman Wilson Manase in which he claims to have been a victim of racism

Elton Chigumbura tucks the ball on the leg side

World Cup 2015

'My eyes are wide open' - Whatmore

Dav Whatmore is ready to try where many have failed: to turn around the fortunes of Zimbabwe. And, despite the short time he has before the World Cup, he sees cause for confidence

ESPNcricinfo staff

Prosper Utseya holds up the match ball after his five-for

Zimbabwe news

Utseya cleared, but can't bowl offspin

Zimbabwe's Prosper Utseya can resume bowling in international cricket, but he still won't be allowed to bowl his offbreak

ESPNcricinfo staff

Prosper Utseya holds up the match ball after his five-for

Zimbabwe news

Prosper Utseya's action found to be illegal

Zimbabwe offspinner Prosper Utseya has been banned from bowling in international cricket after his action was found to exceed the ICC's 15-degree limit

Prosper Utseya became the second Zimbabwe player to claim a hat-trick

Zimbabwe v South Africa, Tri-series, Harare

Loss deflates Utseya's worthy achievement

Zimbabwe's hero of the moment was as improbable as the South African scoreline. Almost always economical but hardly ever incisive, Prosper Utseya's career economy rate has always hovered around four, even as his average inflated towards fifty