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Culling to not stop with Hockey India chief coach Harendra, assistant Ciriello put on ‘review’

Hockey India has also put Harendra's assistant Chris Ciriello on ‘review’ while all Indian trainers associated with the team have been instructed to do FIH coaching courses to continue being a part of the set-up.

With Harendra Singh's dismissal, Indian hockey back to square one

Most coaches, including Australian legend Ric Charlesworth and Belgium’s Shane McLeod, urged India not to make changes to the coaching and playing staff.

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Harendra Singh: Another one coach bites the dust

When contacted by The Indian Express, Harendra expressed surprise at his relegation to the junior team. “I don't know about this,” he said. When the Hockey India (HI) press release was read out to him, he declined comment.

Indiscipline will not be tolerated during World Cup in India: Pakistan hockey coach Hassan Sardar

Pakistan players are gearing up to play in India for the first time after the unsavoury incident during the Champions trophy when they took off their shirts and made obscene gestures after winning their semi-final clash against India.

Hockey India League to move to five's format for men, women

It is believed that Hockey India's decision to focus on 5s is an indication of the direction the sport is likely to take in the future.

Things become difficult if you change players, coaches suddenly: Sardar Singh opens up on retirement

Former India hockey captain Sardar Singh announced his retirement from the international team in September this year.

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Asian Champions Trophy: India, Pakistan share title, Akashdeep Singh named best player

Heavy rain delayed the start of the final on late Sunday night and even though the skies relented later, the damage had already been done by then.

Asian Champions Trophy: India beat Korea 4-1 to remain unbeaten, storm into semis

Dragflicker Harmanpreet Singh scored a hat-trick as defending champions India defeated South Korea 4-1 in their final round robin match.

Asian Champions Trophy: India fail to break Malaysia's citadel, settle for goalless draw

Unbeaten so far in the tournament, India still lead the points table with 10 points from five matches. Malaysia have the same number of points but they are behind India on goal difference.

Asian Champions Trophy: India launch title defence with 11-0 win over Oman

Young striker Dilpreet Singh scored a hat-trick as India launched their title defence with a runaway 11-0 victory over hosts Oman in the Asian Champions Trophy.

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