Sex scandal behind me, hockey coach M K Kaushik tells NDTV

Updated: 10 July 2013 19:31 IST

In July 2010, Kaushik had resigned as the chief coach of the national women's squad after allegations of sexual harassment against him. Kaushik said on Wednesday he has put the unfortunate episode behind him.

New Delhi:

Maharaj Krishan Kaushik, the newly appointed national hockey coach, told NDTV in an exclusive interview that he wants to put previous allegations of sexual harassment behind him. Kaushik replaced Michael Nobbs as head coach after the Australian was sacked after a string of poor performances.

In July 2010, Kaushik had resigned as the chief coach of the national women's squad after allegations of sexual harassment against him. Kaushik said on Wednesday he has put the unfortunate episode behind him.

"Yes, I want to put all these allegations behind me. My focus is to get the team on the right track. With Asia Cup coming up, I want the team to return to good form," he said.

Topics : Hockey
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