FIH to conduct course for coaches during WC

Updated: 29 January 2010 09:50 IST

India's chief coach Jose Brasa, along with nine of his international counterparts, will conduct a seven-day FIH course for coaches during next month's hockey Wo

New Delhi:

India's chief coach Jose Brasa, along with nine of his international counterparts, will conduct a seven-day FIH course for coaches during next month's hockey World Cup.

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) World Cup coaching course will be a seven-day affair, beginning March 5. The top master coaches and renowned experts will make presentations during the course.

"In addition to the main conductors other Master Coaches and the coaches of the participating teams will make individual presentations during the course," a Hockey India release said.

Apart from Brasa, who is an FIH Masters Coach, Paul Lissek, former Germany coach, former head Coach of Malaysia Terry Walsh and Tayyab Ikram, coach of Pakistan will be conducting the course.

Topics : Hockey
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