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Hockey India Names 32 Core Probables For Men's National Coaching Camp

Players will report to Chief Coach Graham Reid at Sports Authority of India, Bengaluru for the four-week National Coaching Camp which begins on March 2

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Hockey India Names 32 Core Probables For Men's National Coaching Camp
Head coach Graham Reid with Indian hockey team.
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Hockey India Names 32 Core Probables For Men's National Coaching Camp
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2020-03-01T15:34:14+05:30

The Hockey India on Sunday named a 32-member core probable group for the Men's National Coaching Camp which begins at the Sports Authority of India, Bengaluru on March 2, 2020. The players will report to Chief Coach Graham Reid for the four-week National Coaching Camp ahead of the team's tour to Germany and England for the FIH Hockey Pro League. (More Hockey News)

The National Coaching Camp features PR Sreejesh, Krishan Bahadur Pathak, Suraj Karkera, Harmanpreet Singh, Dilpreet Singh, Surender Kumar, Birendra Lakra, Rupinder Pal Singh, Gurinder Singh, Amit Rohidas, Kothajit Khadangbam, Manpreet Singh, Hardik Singh, Shanglakpam Nilakanta Sharma, Vivek Sagar Prasad, Simranjeet Singh, Akashdeep Singh, Ramandeep Singh, S V Sunil, Mandeep Singh, Lalit Kumar Upadhyay, Gursahibjit Singh, Shamsher Singh, Varun Kumar, Jarmanpreet Singh, Dipsan Tirkey, Nilam Sanjeep Xess, Jaskaran Singh, Rajkumar Pal, Gurjant Singh, Sumit, Chinglensana Kangujam.

Reid minced no words in expressing that this camp will be a good foundation ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games with focus on areas the team lacked in their campaign so far in the FIH Hockey Pro League where they won 2 matches against the Netherlands and lost one match and won a match each against Belgium and Australia respectively.

"One of the takeaways from the matches we played at the FIH Hockey Pro League was that we have proven to ourselves that we can produce good results against the best teams in the world. It's a step forward in building self-belief. Also, it shows that the things we have been focusing on is working. But we still need to be more consistent not only across matches but also across all quarters," expressed Graham recalling the team's performance in the matches against the world's top three teams in the FIH Hockey Pro League.

"The four-week camp will bring focus back on our skill -- tackling, goal shooting, trapping. We also need to work on our attacking abilities, especially to move the ball from attacking 25 into the circle. After this camp, we will go to Germany and England to play against Germany and England which we help us further assess improvements required as we work toward 2020 Olympic Games," stated Graham.


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