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  Ace striker Abdul Haseem Khan will lead Pakistan team in the World Hockey League semifinal round being played from June 15 in London. “The national team is a mixture of experience and youth and it has the ability to produce good result,” said Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) secretary Shahbaz Ahmad...
Shahbaz Ahmed
Pakistan and South Korea played out an entertaining 1-1 draw in their second match of the Super 4s stage in the Hero Hockey Asia Cup on Thursday. The draw for both the teams means that South Korea have 2 points from their 2 matches in Super 4s, while Pakistan have...
PakistanXIvsWorldXI
There can be plenty of ways to look at the World XI vs Pakistan XI Hall of Fame Tour that ended on Sunday, with Pakistan’s young boys playing out a 3-3 draw against the experienced stars of yesteryears in their second match of the series in Lahore. For the record, World...
SamiUllah
Samiullah lauded the Pakistan Hockey Federation’s (PHF) decision of sending national team to New Zealand and Australia tour, terming it a very positive step towards of revival of the national game. Talking to The Nation, Samiullah, known as flying-horse, said: “The green shirts direly need international exposure, as the Olympic...
FIH Seeing Oman
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) is considering Oman to be the home venue for Pakistan to play matches. In 2019, the schedule of international hockey will be changed with Champions Trophy to be scrapped and home and away matches will be introduced. Welcoming the move, a spokesman for the...
Sohail Abbas
A plethora of current and former hockey stars are set to arrive in Pakistan this week, as the country begins its effort to revive the sport in its backyard. A two-match hockey series — a brainchild of former cricketer and Pakistan Cricket Board marketing director Badar Rafai — is set...
Shahbaz Ahmed
Pakistan Hockey Federation Secretary Shahbaz Ahmad said former Hockey India chief and current FIH President Narendra Batra has repeatedly sought a formal apology from the PHF over the 2014 Champions Trophy incident in Bhubaneswar. Pakistan Hockey Federation Secretary Shahbaz Ahmad on Monday said that Hockey India still wants a formal...
RicCharlesworth
He is among the most famed coaches in world hockey. Think of accolades and there isn’t anything that Ric Charlesworth of Australia hasn’t achieved in his decorated career. He was a member of the Australian hockey team having played 227 matches, and captained the team in the 1980 and the 1984 Olympics. When he...
Blunkdragflickworld
The Pakistan hockey team's head coach Farhat Khan on Tuesday stepped down after less than six months in the position following the team's debacles in the Asia Cup and the four-nation invitational event in Australia. Farhat was brought in as head coach in July after Pakistan fared badly in the Hockey World...
PakistanUmerButt
Fourteen years is a long time for a nation to bring along a number of changes but for Pakistan sport, particularly hockey, time seemed to have stood still since 2004. The Last time an international tournament of repute was held in Pakistan —  was back in 2004, when they hosted the...
PakistanHockey
Pakistan and South Korea played out an entertaining 1-1 draw in their second match of the Super 4s stage in the Hero Hockey Asia Cup on Thursday. The draw for both the teams means that South Korea have 2 points from their 2 matches in Super 4s, while Pakistan have...
WorldXIPakistanXI
Lahore’s National Hockey Stadium is set to host the second of the two-match World XI vs Pakistan XI Hall of Fame hockey series, as the teams reached the city on Saturday. World XI, led by Holland's Roderick Weusthof, defeated a young Pakistan XI 5-1 in the opening match in Karachi and...
Rehan butt
It was a warm, winter day in 2004. Close to 50,000 people had gathered at the National Hockey Stadium in Lahore as Pakistan and India lined up for the third-place playoff match in the Champions Trophy men's hockey tournament. The passionate crowd celebrated loudly as Pakistan edged India 3-2 in...
Dragflickworld.com
LAHORE: Already facing crunch time, Pakistan hockey has suffered yet another shock when the Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC) did not invite the country, for the first time, in the traditional Sultan Azlan Shah Cup being held next month. The 26th edition of the Azlan Shah Cup is scheduled to begin...

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