Invincibles of #Incheon: Sardar #Singh looks back at when #India reclaimed Asian crown after 16 years

Hockey India has often been flayed for its hire-and-fire policy of coaches. Hardly any head coach, especially foreigner, stays in the job for a significant length of time, which also breeds confusion among players.But the arrival of Australian Terry Walsh, a silver medallist at the 1976 Montreal Olympics with successful coaching stints in the Netherlands and his home country, was a step in the right direction, feels Sardar, the captain at that time.“We had Roelant Oltmans as the high performance director and with Terry’s arrival, we had a great combination of coaches. I always believe that whosoever is selected to play for the country already knows hockey. Only proper direction is needed,” he says.

Source: Invincibles of Incheon: Sardar Singh looks back at when India reclaimed Asian crown after 16 years | Sports News,The Indian Express