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Jamie Dwyer Gearing up for Hockey India League 2015

Jamie Dwyer Gearing up for Hockey India League 2015

Dwyer scored 4 goals in 14 matches in the previous edition. NDTV Looking at continuing the success of the second season of the Hockey India League, Australia's legend Jamie Dwyer promised to come out with all guns blazing in the third edition of ... NDTV, 2 hours ago

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Hockey incident can affect cricketing ties: Shaharyar

The chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar Khan has said that the recent incident in India involving the Pakistan hockey team players can have adverse effects on the cricketing ties between the two countries. Shaharyar, who had served as High ...
 The Telegraph10 hours ago PCB worried by possible implications of Pakistan hockey players celebration in India  The News Tribe10 hours ago 'Hockey players' behaviour can affect cricket ties with India'  Zee News1 day ago 'Hockey players' behaviour can affect cricket ties with India'  Business Standard1 day ago
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Pakistan coach Alleges Indian Conspiracy

Karachi, 19 December: Pakistan hockey team coach Shahnaz Sheikh made allegations that it was India's conspiracy to put pressure on his players ahead of the Champions Trophy final against Germany, which his team lost 0-2. Pakistan players had ...
 The Statesman20 hours ago India conspired against us before Champions Trophy final: Pakistan hockey coach  IBN Live1 day ago Pakistan Hockey Coach Accuses India of Conspiracy  NDTV1 day ago India conspired against us: Pak hockey coach  The Freepress Journal10 hours ago
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Pakistani hockey players could face stiffer ban: FIH boss Leandro Negre

Press Trust of India | December 19, 2014 19:54 PM New Delhi: The FIH president Leandro Negre on Friday said that disciplinary committee of the parent body could hand out a stiffer punishment to the Pakistani hockey players Md Tousiq ...
 IBNLive India News1 day ago Champions Trophy fiasco: Shahnaz Sheikh writes report to FIH  The Express Tribune21 hours ago Hockey India League: Tom Boon raring to go for Dabang Mumbai  Times of India4 days ago India miss bronze too  New Delhi Pioneer5 days ago

Pak hockey coach cries conspiracy behind team's 'humiliation' in India

Pakistan hockey chief coach Shahnaz Shaikh has claimed that there was a conspiracy against his team following the suspension of Mohammad Tousiq and Amjad Ali meted out in the recently held Champions Trophy in Bhubaneswar. Shahnaz, who is also the ...
 Siasat Daily2 days ago Champions Trophy finger gesture: Pak hockey coach alleges 'victimisation'  Rediff.com1 day ago

Sandeep Singh Aims to Win Hockey India League 2015 Title

File photo of Sandeep Singh. NDTV Struggling star Sandeep Singh on Thursday vowed to score maximum number of goals in the upcoming Hockey India League to help his side Jaypee Punjab Warriors win the title. Sandeep was the top scorer in the ...
 NDTV1 day ago Sandeep all gung-ho for 2015 Hockey India League  Nerve2 days ago Aim is to win the 2015 HIL title: Sandeep  Press Trust of India2 days ago Aim is to win 2015 HIL title: Sandeep  Times of India2 days ago
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Delhi Waveriders gears up to defend Hockey India League title

NEW DELHI: Delhi Waveriders will start their title defence when the 3rd edition of Hero Hockey India League (HHIL) begins next month and head coach Cedric D'Souza said they would try to get an idea about the opposition players by following the ...
 Times of India1 day ago HHIL 2015: Delhi Waveriders gears up to defend title  India TV1 day ago

'Hockey players obscene celebration can affect India-Pak cricket ties'

Indian media and public had developed negative feelings about Pakistan after the incident in the Champions Trophy hockey tournament Pakistani players celebrate after winning the Champions Trophy semi-final game against India. Photograph: PTI India and Pakistan were supposed to resume their cricket ties in 2015. But the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board Shaharyar Khan has said that the recent incident in India involving the national hockey team players can have adverse effects on the ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago

Pakistan to world hockey: Unite against India's overbearing attitude

Pak coach Sheikh was not happy with HI's handling of the celebration incident. (Source: PTI) Days after tendering a written unconditional apology, chief coach of the Pakistan hockey team Shahnaz Sheikh has claimed that it was forced upon him by ...
 Indian Express1 day ago
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Hockey India calls off bilateral series with Pakistan

The Pakistani players made obscene gestures towards Indian fans and media after their win last night but no action was taken against them by the International Hockey Federation (FIH) after their coach Shahnaz Sheikh offered an apology. "It was a shameless and ...
 India Today6 days ago Hockey India to suspend playing ties with Pak: Batra  Times of India6 days ago No FIH event in India till Pakistan players are punished: Hockey India  The Hindu6 days ago Pakistani Hockey players remove shirt, make obscene gestures to Indians; coach apologises  IndiaTV News6 days ago
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