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Chandi's experience will be key, says coach Walsh
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Chandi's experience will be key, says coach Walsh

After a dismal performance in the World Cup, India hockey coach Terry Walsh hopes that the inclusion of Gurwinder Singh Chandi would strengthen his forward line for the 2014 Commonwealth Games, which run July 23-August 3. The Australian hopes that ... India TV, 1 week ago

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Chandi zing to hockey: Walsh

ckey coach Terry Walsh feels Gurwinder Singh Chandi's re-induction into the team after more than a year in wilderness will add quite a bit of zing to the side's attack in the upcoming Commonwealth Games here. The forward line-up of the Indian ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Chandi will strengthen Indian forward line: Walsh  Jagran Post1 week ago Chandi will add teeth to India's attack at CWG: Terry Walsh  IBNLive India News1 week ago Gurwinder Singh Chandi will strengthen forward line: Walsh  Business Standard1 week ago
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India recall Danish, Gurwinder in CWG-bound squad

New Delhi, Jul 3 (PTI) Experienced Danish Mujtaba and Gurwinder Singh Chandi were today recalled in Indian men's hockey team's 16-member squad for the forthcoming Commonwealth Games to be held in Glasgow, Scotland. Both Danish and Chandi, who were ...
 Press Trust of India3 weeks ago

Chandi returns to India's Sardar-led CWG men's hockey squad

New Delhi: India may have finished a poor ninth at the World Cup, but Hockey India continued to repose faith in Sardar Singh, retaining him as captain of the national men's team for the forthcoming Commonwealth Games. Goalkeeper PR Sreejesh will ...
 IBNLive India News3 weeks ago Sardar retained captain for Glasgow Commonwealth Games  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago Sardar stays Indian captain  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Sardar Singh Retained as India Captain for Commonwealth Games  NDTV3 weeks ago

Indian men's hockey team leaves for Glasgow Commonwealth Games

New Delhi, July 13 (ANI): Indian men's hockey team, led by midfielder Saradara Singh, on Sunday left for Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games will be held from July 23 to August 03 and more than 6,500 athletes and ...
 TruthDive1 week ago Commonwealth Games 2014: Indian men's hockey squad; Schedule of matches  Yahoo! India1 week ago

Injury woes for India's World Cup hockey team

By: Sameer Singh Seeking to put up a respectable performance in the World Cup after their rank-bad show at the 2012 Olympic Games, India have yet again been undermined by the injury curse ahead of the championship. The sidelining of young ...
 Bangalore Mirror1 month ago
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Danish keen on playing able ally to Sardar

Back in the national fold after recovering from a knee injury, experienced midfielder Danish Mujtaba wants to provide as much support as possible to captain Sardar Singh in Indian hockey team's campaign at the upcoming Commonwealth Games. Danish, who was ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago Fit-again Danish wants to support Sardar in Glasgow CWG  ZeeNews.com5 days ago
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