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DNMUM396255 | 9/9/2017 | Author : Rutvick Mehta | WC :786

Indian women’s coach Marijne gets charge of men’s side while Harendra will take over former’s job

Mumbai: It’s literally a game of musical chairs, and one that Hockey India (HI) seems to have played completely wrong.
Less than a week after unceremoniously sacking Indian senior men’s hockey coach Roelant Oltmans, HI has disturbed two teams in trying to fill up that vacant post.
Indian senior women’s coach Sjoerd Marijne was on Friday given the task of taking over the reins of the men’s side, while Junior World Cup-winning coach Harendra Singh, who was eyeing the men’s role, was appointed as the chief coach of the women’s team.
Marijne, who was in charge of the women’s team since February, is presently in The Netherlands with the eves on a four-match Europe tour that will end on September 18. He will take charge o
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