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Former India coach Roelant Oltmans eyes revival of Pakistan hockey
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India closed chapter for Pakistan coach Roelant Oltmans

"India is a closed chapter now," said the country's former hockey coach Roelant Oltmans, who is now in charge of the Pakistan team but was inundated with questions on his previous team after their Commonwealth Games clash here."It's a happy chapter but it's ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
Oltmans appointed as Pakistan coach Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
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Indo-Pak rivalry set to light up CWG hockey competition

IMAGE: India’s Manpreet Singh will be handling the midfield. Photograph: Hockey India A sporting clash which is never short of political undertones, India and Pakistan will be up against each other in their Commonwealth Games hockey opener here tomorrow -- a match touted as the blockbuster showdown of the preliminary stage. "We start favourites," declared India coach Sjoerd Marijne after his two-time defending silver-medallist team's practice session, in Gold Coast, on Friday.   ...
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How many medals will these Indians win at the CWG?

India has huge expectations from these champions.Rediff.com's Laxmi Negi and Norma Godinho glance at their chances at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. At the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, India won 101 medals, the most it has won at a CWG. Four years later, at the CWG in Glasgow, Indian athletes won 64 medals. If India has to better its Delhi and Glasgow records, its hopes rest on the champions you will meet in this feature. Part 1: Watch out for these Indians at the Commonwealth Games ...
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Punishment is Marijne's new experiment

Sjoerd Marijne is handing out punishments to erring players training for the Commonwealth Games. The Indian mens hockey team chief coach is trying out the unique experiment to inculcate discipline in his wards. The Dutchman, who replaced Roelant Oltmans at ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Punishments are Marijne's way to improve discipline ahead of CWG  Business Standard1 month ago Kabir Khan 2.0? Indian hockey coach plans brutal training strategy for Commonwealth Games 2018  DNA1 month ago

HI picks balanced side for CWG

After months of experimentation, Hockey India finally settled for a balanced squad for Aprils Commonwealth Games at Gold Coast with coach Sjoerd Marjine stating that a core group of 24 will be finalised next month from which squads for Asian Games and World ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Sports Shorts: India out of final race after loss to Australia

A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Tuesday  IMAGE: India will take on hosts Malaysia in their fourth match on Wednesday. Photograph: Hockey India/Twitter A listless India went down to Australia 2-4 for their second loss in three matches, pushing them out of the race to reach the final at the 27th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey in Ipoh. Late goals by Ramandeep Singh (52', 53') were only enough to avoid a whitewash against table toppers Australia. Mark Knowles ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Sports Shorts: Blazer-trouser to replace saree for Indian women at CWG  Rediff.com2 months ago
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