It’s farewell to Paul Revington


Ex-national hockey coach, Paul Revington (third from left) and his wife, Sandy (third from right) bidding farewell to friends and officials at his sending-off party in KL on Saturday. - SS KANESAN/ The Star

KUALA LUMPUR: Former national hockey coach Paul Revington is thankful to Malaysian hockey fans and officials for their support in the past 18 months of his tenure.

The South African, who cited personal reasons for quitting as national chief coach of the senior team recently, said that he enjoyed coaching the Malaysian team and was full of praise for the players.

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