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Dec 15, 2018
Hockey World Cup 2018: Rogier van 't Hek on crowd-surfing after Netherlands' 1998 title, the state of the game back home and moreRogier van 't Hek was part of the Netherlands team which won the 1998 Hockey World Cup. In India as a journalist for the 2018 edition, he talks about the fortunes of the Dutch national team, how the celebrated the 1998 victory and more.
Dec 12, 2018
Hockey World Cup 2018: Is the dice loaded against 'star' coaches when they join Asian teams?Despite the abundance of talent in Asia from which they feel privileged to pick their hockey squads, these star coaches often find the going tough once in the hot seat. That is the growing impression, so much so that some Asian teams now think twice before hiring these star coaches.
Dec 08, 2018
Hockey World Cup 2018: Pakistan vice-captain Ammad Butt, assistant coach Danish Kaleem let off without punishment by FIHThe suspension was invoked on Ammad Butt after Malaysia's coach Roelant Oltmans lodged an official complaint with the tournament's Technical Delegate Christian Deckenbrock of Germany.
Dec 05, 2018
Hockey World Cup 2018: People in Pakistan choose cricket over hockey these days, laments former captain Hasan SardarOnce a force in world hockey, Pakistan is struggling for survival now and its Olympic gold-winning former captain Hasan Sardar says even he would have been driven to play cricket given the current state of the sport in the country
Nov 29, 2018
Hockey World Cup 2018: Former India coach Roelant Oltmans says he was not sad but surprised by his sudden sackingOltmans came to India as High Performance Director in 2013 and played an instrumental role in reviving Indian hockey before taking up the position of men's team's chief coach.
Nov 27, 2018
Hockey World Cup 2018: World No 12 Malaysia will be looking to impress despite being drawn in tough groupAs the World No 12 team, Malaysia are the best ranked Asian outfit after India at the 2018 Hockey World Cup. What will also bolster their confidence coming into the showpiece event is the fact that the team won silver at the recent Asian Games
Nov 25, 2018
Hockey World Cup 2018: Unfazed by 'Group of Death', Pakistan assistant coach Rehan Butt optimistic of team's chancesPakistan's assistant coach Rehan Butt believes goalkeeping and short-corner conversion hold the key in his team's campaign in Bhubaneshwar.
Nov 23, 2018
Hockey World Cup Memories: Tahir Zaman remembers overcoming father's demise to help Pakistan lift trophy in 1994Pakistan's Tahir Zaman revisits the World Cup win of 1994 as part of Firstpost's series, My World Cup Memories.
Nov 03, 2018
Hurt Sardar Singh blames David John, Sjoerd Marijne for forcing him to retire after Asian GamesSardar called time on his 12-year-long international career after the Asian Games, and though he didn’t immediately spell out a clear reason for his departure, there were murmurs about John wanting him out of the team.
Oct 24, 2018
Asian Champions Trophy: Indian hockey team coach Harendra Singh not happy with strikers squandering chances against MalaysiaChief hockey coach Harendra Singh lashed out at Indian strikers for missing half-a-dozen chances against Malaysia to settle for a goalless draw in an Asian Champions Trophy match, on Tuesday.