Harendra Singh has denied any disappointment at being overlooked by Hockey India for the role of senior men’s coach, instead welcoming the chance to work with the women’s team. Continue reading Harendra Singh happy to coach women’s team
Newly-appointed men’s national chief hockey coach Sjoerd Marijne says he is “willing to take the advice” of Roelant Oltmans, the man the former India women’s coach replaced at the helm. Continue reading Sjoerd Marijne to take advice from sacked Oltemans
Danny Kerry to miss remaining games due to illness
England women’s team Head Coach Danny Kerry will not attend the squad’s remaining matches in the Hockey World League Semi Final due to being unwell. Continue reading Laura Unsworth receives her 200th cap as England beat India
It was being touted as the biggest competition in hockey, but India will not be part of it when the Hockey Pro League makes its debut in 2019. Continue reading India’s pullout hints at friction with world body
DAYS AFTER alleging match-fixing at the World League semifinals in London, Hockey India has pulled out of one of International Hockey Federation’s (FIH’s) flagship tournaments, the Pro League.
The decision was communicated to the FIH on Friday and the world body has begun its search for a replacement, it is learnt. The decision can have an impact on the Olympic qualifying hopes of the men’s and women’s teams as the Pro League is one of FIH’s main qualifying tournaments.
By Press Trust of India, Press Trust of India, New Delhi
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) will ask hosts England to investigate India’s allegation that attempts were made to “fix” their Hockey World League Semifinal clash against Pakistan last month. Continue reading International hockey federation to ask hosts England to probe India vs Pakistan fixing charge
Sardar Singh was summoned for questioning by the UK police just hours after India’s 7-1 thrashing of Pakistan in the Hockey World League Semi-Finals, prompting some angry responses from FIH chief Narinder Batra.
After an impressive win in its first game, Canada’s men’s field hockey team came up on the short end of a 3-0 decision to India Saturday in London. Continue reading India hands Canada it’s first loss at World League semi final in London
Scotland were beaten 4-1 by India in a game that saw the Scots take the lead early doors, and hold their own against one of the best teams in the world. All of India’s goals came in the third quarter. Continue reading Scotland give India a run for their money but lose opening match of World League Semi-Finals
New Delhi: There is a recurring theme whenever top hockey coaches speak of success and failure.