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Hockey - Former India coach Oltmans takes charge of arch-rivals Pakistan

(Reuters) - Former India hockey coach Roelant Oltmans will take charge of their arch-rivals Pakistan on a two-and-a-half year deal, the 63-year-old Dutchman announced on Wednesday.

Pakistan super motivated to win the Junior Asia Cup hockey meet

KUALA LUMPUR: Three-time champions Pakistan are serious about winning the Junior Asia Cup.

Title drought set to continue for Maybank in MHL

KUALA LUMPUR: It’s been 20 years since Maybank last won the Malaysia Hockey League (MHL) title. But don’t put your money on them ending the drought any time soon.

India-Pakistan to revive hockey series

KARACHI: A senior Pakistani hockey official on Friday said India have agreed to a three-match series, subject to clearance from New Delhi, hoping it will revive bilateral contests halted in the wake of the 2008 Mumbai attacks.

MHL set to lose top stars from India and Pakistan

KUALA LUMPUR: Players from India and Pakistan usually make up the bulk of foreigners in the Malaysia Hockey League (MHL).

Pakistan hire coach Khawaja

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Hockey Federation have named former Olympian Khawaja Junaid as their new coach for next month's Azlan Shah Cup after foreign coaches baulked at taking the job over concerns for their personal safety.

Pakistan names new coach for Azlan cup meet in M'sia

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Hockey Federation has named former Olympian Khawaja Junaid as its new coach for next month's Azlan Shah Cup after foreign coaches baulked at taking the job over concerns for their personal safety.

Hanif is new chief selector

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) have named Olympian Hanif Khan as the new chief selector after a disastrous performance at the World Cup.

Entire Pakistan team quit after finishing last in W-Cup

KARACHI: Pakistan's entire World Cup squad have announced their international retirement after finishing last at the 12-team tournament in India.

Pakistan happy with India’s security for World Cup hockey meet

NEW DELHI: Pakistan field hockey officials said yesterday they were satisfied with the security arrangements for the World Cup, which opens in New Delhi later this month.