Plans in pipeline to send youngsters for Euro pro circuit, says Sarjit


PETALING JAYA: Many players from the world’s top 12 nations have chosen European professional hockey leagues as their ideal destination to raise the standard of the game and Malaysia do not want to be left behind.

As such, head coach Sarjit Singh is hoping for doors of opportunity to open so that he can send his youngsters.

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