Korea

Should Match Schedules Be Reviewed?

The Asia Cup hockey tournament finished at the weekend and India were victorious over Malaysia in the final, and claimed their third title. The tournament had a new format this time around, after the round-robin pool games the top two

Protecting the Integrity of Matches

At the start of 2017 football great Marco van Basten was advocating that FIFA look at adopting many of the rules of field hockey to improve the game as a spectacle. Yet maybe it is time that Hockey looked at

Putting The Game First

It was refreshing to read this week that Malaysian Women’s Hockey Coach Dharma Raj has offered to help any club looking to set up a women’s team free of charge. His reason being that he wants to grow the talent

Pro League Must be Supported, Despite Disappointments

Whenever there is a selection process for anything there will always be someone upset at being left out. The International Hockey Federation announced on the weekend the nine men’s and nine women’s teams to contest their new Pro League competition

Centre Of Excellence To Close, But Are A-League Clubs Capable of Filling the Void?

Some in football may be surprised that there has not been more of an outcry on hearing the news that the FFA’s Centre of Excellence, formerly its Australian Institute of Sport program in Canberra is going to be shut down.

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