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‘As coach I have to be the biggest critic’

DNMUM421955 | 9/8/2018 | Author : Rubeyn Coutinho | WC :732



Indian hockey team coach Harendra Singh talks team’s third place finish in Asian Games, World Cup and Olympic qualification. Rubeyn Coutinho is all ears. Exerpts:

India conceded late against Malaysia again (in semis in Asian Games), do you feel that there is a need to concentrate more on not conceding a goal at the last moment?
It’s a good question. See the disappointment of that loss is still there. But such things will not work on a high level, intensity and pressure. Players will need to show character and personality on the pitch and will need to play as per team requirement. This loss has become history and I can guarantee you that whatever we lacked in that match we will work on it and
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