Harendra Singh becomes coach of Indian men’s hockey team;

The Indian men’s hockey team is continuing the round of change in the coach.

Hockey India, Harendra Singh, men's team coach, Hockey India, Harendra Singh, coach of men's hockey team
Harendra Singh becomes coach of Indian men’s hockey team;, coach of men’s hockey team

SPECIAL THINGS

  1. Harendra Singh has been the coach of the men’s team from 2009 to 2011
  2. Under his guidance, the men’s junior team won the World Cup
  3. Harendra Bole, getting the responsibility of the men’s hockey team is a big honor

New Delhi: The Indian men’s hockey team is continuing the round of change in the coach soon. In a surprise decision, Hockey India (HI), Hockey India coach Harendra Singh was appointed as the Chief Coach of the Indian Men’s Team today while while the men’s team coach Shard Marin, after poor performance in the Commonwealth Games, Has been assigned. It is worth mentioning that Harendra has been the coach of Indian men team before 2009-2011. He was the coach of the women’s team since November last year when Marin was made the coach of the men’s team instead of Rolant Oltmans.

Responding to the men’s coach’s appointment, Harendra Singh said that handing over the Indian men’s hockey team is a big honor for me. My journey with the Indian women’s hockey team is going to be satisfying. I now want to thank Hockey India for handing over the new responsibility. My first priority will be to prepare the team for the coming season.

Under the guidance of Harendra, the Indian junior men’s team has won the World Cup in 2016 and the women team is at fourth place in the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 201. Apart from this, the women team won the 9th Women Asia Cup title in Japan last year.

Talking about Marin, the men team failed to win a medal in the Commonwealth Games (Gold Coast) under their guidance. For the first time since 2006, Indian men’s hockey team returns without medal in Commonwealth Games.

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