Sardar Banking On Playing Experience For Results In Birmingham CWG As India A Coach

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Publish Date : 2022-03-07 00:00:00


Sardar Banking On Playing Experience For Results In Birmingham CWG As India A Coach

Sardar Singh doesn't have any coaching experience and neither has he trained for the job, but the former national hockey captain believes his 12-year international experience will be enough to ensure that he gets the best out of the India 'A' team, which will compete in the Birmingham Commonwealth Games this year. Sardar and ex-striker Deepak Thakur were named coaches of the Indian men's and women's 'A' hockey teams respectively which will take part in the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. "It is obviously a challenge for me but having played the game at the highest level for so many years, I have confidence that I can deliver results. It's an honour and privilege for me to get a chance to give back to the game which gave me my identity," Sardar told PTI an interview soon after his appointment. This was after Hockey India decided against sending the main squads for the multi-sport event due to the short turnaround between CWG and the Hangzhou Asian Games, which is a qualifying tournament for the 2024 Paris Olympics. The two events will be held just 32 days apart and the national federation wants to keep its first-choice players fresh for the Asian Games. Sardar is eagerly looking forward to his new "challenging" assignment. "I don't have any coaching experience but I have guided budding players while playing club hockey in Netherlands and Germany. Having played the game for close to 13 years I know my experience will be key," said the former mid-fielder, who retired from international hockey in 2018. In a surprise development, Tokyo Olympic bronze-medallist duo of Rupinder Pal Singh and Birender Lakra as well as veteran forward SV Sunil returned from retirement and were named among the men's 33 crore probables to be eligible for selection for the Birmingham CWG team.

Sardar Singh doesn't have any coaching experience and neither has he trained for the job, but the former national hockey captain believes his 12-year international experience will be enough to ensure that he gets the best out of the India 'A' team, which will compete in the Birmingham Commonwealth Games this year. Sardar and ex-striker Deepak Thakur were named coaches of the Indian men's and women's 'A' hockey teams respectively which will take part in the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. "It is obviously a challenge for me but having played the game at the highest level for so many years, I have confidence that I can deliver results. It's an honour and privilege for me to get a chance to give back to the game which gave me my identity," Sardar told PTI an interview soon after his appointment. This was after Hockey India decided against sending the main squads for the multi-sport event due to the short turnaround between CWG and the Hangzhou Asian Games, which is a qualifying tournament for the 2024 Paris Olympics. The two events will be held just 32 days apart and the national federation wants to keep its first-choice players fresh for the Asian Games. Sardar is eagerly looking forward to his new "challenging" assignment. "I don't have any coaching experience but I have guided budding players while playing club hockey in Netherlands and Germany. Having played the game for close to 13 years I know my experience will be key," said the former mid-fielder, who retired from international hockey in 2018. In a surprise development, Tokyo Olympic bronze-medallist duo of Rupinder Pal Singh and Birender Lakra as well as veteran forward SV Sunil returned from retirement and were named among the men's 33 crore probables to be eligible for selection for the Birmingham CWG team.Sardar Singh doesn't have any coaching experience and neither has he trained for the job, but the former national hockey captain believes his 12-year international experience will be enough to ensure that he gets the best out of the India 'A' team, which will compete in the Birmingham Commonwealth Games this year. Sardar and ex-striker Deepak Thakur were named coaches of the Indian men's and women's 'A' hockey teams respectively which will take part in the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. "It is obviously a challenge for me but having played the game at the highest level for so many years, I have confidence that I can deliver results. It's an honour and privilege for me to get a chance to give back to the game which gave me my identity," Sardar told PTI an interview soon after his appointment. This was after Hockey India decided against sending the main squads for the multi-sport event due to the short turnaround between CWG and the Hangzhou Asian Games, which is a qualifying tournament for the 2024 Paris Olympics. The two events will be held just 32 days apart and the national federation wants to keep its first-choice players fresh for the Asian Games. Sardar is eagerly looking forward to his new "challenging" assignment. "I don't have any coaching experience but I have guided budding players while playing club hockey in Netherlands and Germany. Having played the game for close to 13 years I know my experience will be key," said the former mid-fielder, who retired from international hockey in 2018. In a surprise development, Tokyo Olympic bronze-medallist duo of Rupinder Pal Singh and Birender Lakra as well as veteran forward SV Sunil returned from retirement and were named among the men's 33 crore probables to be eligible for selection for the Birmingham CWG team.Sardar Singh doesn't have any coaching experience and neither has he trained for the job, but the former national hockey captain believes his 12-year international experience will be enough to ensure that he gets the best out of the India 'A' team, which will compete in the Birmingham Commonwealth Games this year. Sardar and ex-striker Deepak Thakur were named coaches of the Indian men's and women's 'A' hockey teams respectively which will take part in the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. "It is obviously a challenge for me but having played the game at the highest level for so many years, I have confidence that I can deliver results. It's an honour and privilege for me to get a chance to give back to the game which gave me my identity," Sardar told PTI an interview soon after his appointment. This was after Hockey India decided against sending the main squads for the multi-sport event due to the short turnaround between CWG and the Hangzhou Asian Games, which is a qualifying tournament for the 2024 Paris Olympics. The two events will be held just 32 days apart and the national federation wants to keep its first-choice players fresh for the Asian Games. Sardar is eagerly looking forward to his new "challenging" assignment. "I don't have any coaching experience but I have guided budding players while playing club hockey in Netherlands and Germany. Having played the game for close to 13 years I know my experience will be key," said the former mid-fielder, who retired from international hockey in 2018. In a surprise development, Tokyo Olympic bronze-medallist duo of Rupinder Pal Singh and Birender Lakra as well as veteran forward SV Sunil returned from retirement and were named among the men's 33 crore probables to be eligible for selection for the Birmingham CWG team.Sardar Singh doesn't have any coaching experience and neither has he trained for the job, but the former national hockey captain believes his 12-year international experience will be enough to ensure that he gets the best out of the India 'A' team, which will compete in the Birmingham Commonwealth Games this year. Sardar and ex-striker Deepak Thakur were named coaches of the Indian men's and women's 'A' hockey teams respectively which will take part in the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. "It is obviously a challenge for me but having played the game at the highest level for so many years, I have confidence that I can deliver results. It's an honour and privilege for me to get a chance to give back to the game which gave me my identity," Sardar told PTI an interview soon after his appointment. This was after Hockey India decided against sending the main squads for the multi-sport event due to the short turnaround between CWG and the Hangzhou Asian Games, which is a qualifying tournament for the 2024 Paris Olympics. The two events will be held just 32 days apart and the national federation wants to keep its first-choice players fresh for the Asian Games. Sardar is eagerly looking forward to his new "challenging" assignment. "I don't have any coaching experience but I have guided budding players while playing club hockey in Netherlands and Germany. Having played the game for close to 13 years I know my experience will be key," said the former mid-fielder, who retired from international hockey in 2018. In a surprise development, Tokyo Olympic bronze-medallist duo of Rupinder Pal Singh and Birender Lakra as well as veteran forward SV Sunil returned from retirement and were named among the men's 33 crore probables to be eligible for selection for the Birmingham CWG team.Sardar Singh doesn't have any coaching experience and neither has he trained for the job, but the former national hockey captain believes his 12-year international experience will be enough to ensure that he gets the best out of the India 'A' team, which will compete in the Birmingham Commonwealth Games this year. Sardar and ex-striker Deepak Thakur were named coaches of the Indian men's and women's 'A' hockey teams respectively which will take part in the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. "It is obviously a challenge for me but having played the game at the highest level for so many years, I have confidence that I can deliver results. It's an honour and privilege for me to get a chance to give back to the game which gave me my identity," Sardar told PTI an interview soon after his appointment. This was after Hockey India decided against sending the main squads for the multi-sport event due to the short turnaround between CWG and the Hangzhou Asian Games, which is a qualifying tournament for the 2024 Paris Olympics. The two events will be held just 32 days apart and the national federation wants to keep its first-choice players fresh for the Asian Games. Sardar is eagerly looking forward to his new "challenging" assignment. "I don't have any coaching experience but I have guided budding players while playing club hockey in Netherlands and Germany. Having played the game for close to 13 years I know my experience will be key," said the former mid-fielder, who retired from international hockey in 2018. In a surprise development, Tokyo Olympic bronze-medallist duo of Rupinder Pal Singh and Birender Lakra as well as veteran forward SV Sunil returned from retirement and were named among the men's 33 crore probables to be eligible for selection for the Birmingham CWG team.Sardar Singh doesn't have any coaching experience and neither has he trained for the job, but the former national hockey captain believes his 12-year international experience will be enough to ensure that he gets the best out of the India 'A' team, which will compete in the Birmingham Commonwealth Games this year. Sardar and ex-striker Deepak Thakur were named coaches of the Indian men's and women's 'A' hockey teams respectively which will take part in the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. "It is obviously a challenge for me but having played the game at the highest level for so many years, I have confidence that I can deliver results. It's an honour and privilege for me to get a chance to give back to the game which gave me my identity," Sardar told PTI an interview soon after his appointmen



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