Indian women’s hockey team coach Sjoerd Marijne is aiming to raise the quality of training during the 17-day camp after Hockey India announced a 25-member probables list for the upcoming tour of New Zealand later this month.Continue reading India to raise training quality
The Indian city of Bhubaneswar was once again the stage for major international hockey as the Kalinga Stadium – which famously hosted last year’s Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup event – provided a world class arena for the first legs of two crucially important Olympic qualification clashes.Continue reading First leg victories for India’s men and women in FIH Hockey Olympic qualifiers
India will take on Russia in the crucial two-match Tokyo Olympic Qualifiers to be held on November 1 and 2 in Bhubaneswar.Continue reading Hockey India name 22 man squad for Olympic Qualifiers
Lausanne, Switzerland: Building on the successful start of the very first FIH Pro League, the FIH Executive Board (EB) today approved, upon recommendation from the National Associations participating in the FIH Pro League, the following principles of the match schedule for the 2020 and 2021 seasons: Continue reading Executive Board approves 2020 and 2021 FIH Pro League match schedule principles
Reid’s demand of $15000 per month was not accepted by Sports Ministry.
Sports Ministry objects to high salary for new hockey coach Graham Reid. Continue reading Sports Ministry objects to high salary for new hockey coach Graham Reid
Former hockey Olympian Marcellus Gomes sees the qualifiers for the 2020 Tokyo Games as the first major challenge for Graham Reid, who is set to be appointed as coach of the senior men’s team. Continue reading Marcellus Gomes sees Olympic qualifiers as first challenge for Graham Reid | Hockey News – Times of India
Hosts Malaysia finished third after beating Canada 4-2 in the third-fourth place classification match.
We are only a few days into 2019 and already Hockey India are hitting the headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Continue reading Indian Merry Go Round starts Again as Twitter Erupts
One of the most controversial hockey journalist has been putting his thoughts on paper for us again in Edition 8 of Hockey World News.
NEW DELHI: Indian men’s hockey coach Harendra Singh was on Wednesday removed from the position following a disappointing 2018 and offered the task of helming the junior squad by the national federation. Continue reading Harendra Singh removed as Indian men’s hockey team coach – Times of India