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Oltmans working on goal scoring tactics with India colts

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Barely 10 days away from their tournament opener against in the Junior Hockey World Cup here, "upbeat and focussed" Indian colts are working hard on finetuning their game, especially goal scoring tactics, said team's mentor Roelant Oltmans.

will face in their opening Pool D match on December 8 at the Major Dhyan Chand Hockey Stadium here, and Oltmans, a hard task master, is leaving no stone unturned to prepare the team for the mega-event.



"We tried different tactics, including player positioning within the circle for goal scoring. The boys are upbeat and focused. We will be playing a practice match against on December 2 and further fine tune our game," said Oltmans.

The Dutchman, who is the chief coach senior national men's team, also added that the players are getting used to the new turf at the Major Dhyan Chand Hockey Stadium, the main venue for the event which will play host to all 44 matches of the tournament.

"We have trained on this pitch for the past five days and the boys are getting used to the new turf. It is similar to the turf back in SAI, Bengaluru where the boys have been based for almost 10 months," Oltmans said.

will play their second practice game on December 5 against Netherlands.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Oltmans working on goal scoring tactics with India colts

Barely 10 days away from their tournament opener against Canada in the Junior Hockey World Cup here, "upbeat and focussed" Indian colts are working hard on finetuning their game, especially goal scoring tactics, said team's mentor Roelant Oltmans. India will face Canada in their opening Pool D match on December 8 at the Major Dhyan Chand Hockey Stadium here, and Oltmans, a hard task master, is leaving no stone unturned to prepare the team for the mega-event. "We tried different tactics, including player positioning within the circle for goal scoring. The boys are upbeat and focused. We will be playing a practice match against Argentina on December 2 and further fine tune our game," said Oltmans. The Dutchman, who is the chief coach senior national men's team, also added that the players are getting used to the new turf at the Major Dhyan Chand Hockey Stadium, the main venue for the event which will play host to all 44 matches of the tournament. "We have trained on ... Barely 10 days away from their tournament opener against in the Junior Hockey World Cup here, "upbeat and focussed" Indian colts are working hard on finetuning their game, especially goal scoring tactics, said team's mentor Roelant Oltmans.

will face in their opening Pool D match on December 8 at the Major Dhyan Chand Hockey Stadium here, and Oltmans, a hard task master, is leaving no stone unturned to prepare the team for the mega-event.

"We tried different tactics, including player positioning within the circle for goal scoring. The boys are upbeat and focused. We will be playing a practice match against on December 2 and further fine tune our game," said Oltmans.

The Dutchman, who is the chief coach senior national men's team, also added that the players are getting used to the new turf at the Major Dhyan Chand Hockey Stadium, the main venue for the event which will play host to all 44 matches of the tournament.

"We have trained on this pitch for the past five days and the boys are getting used to the new turf. It is similar to the turf back in SAI, Bengaluru where the boys have been based for almost 10 months," Oltmans said.

will play their second practice game on December 5 against Netherlands.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Oltmans working on goal scoring tactics with India colts

Barely 10 days away from their tournament opener against in the Junior Hockey World Cup here, "upbeat and focussed" Indian colts are working hard on finetuning their game, especially goal scoring tactics, said team's mentor Roelant Oltmans.

will face in their opening Pool D match on December 8 at the Major Dhyan Chand Hockey Stadium here, and Oltmans, a hard task master, is leaving no stone unturned to prepare the team for the mega-event.

"We tried different tactics, including player positioning within the circle for goal scoring. The boys are upbeat and focused. We will be playing a practice match against on December 2 and further fine tune our game," said Oltmans.

The Dutchman, who is the chief coach senior national men's team, also added that the players are getting used to the new turf at the Major Dhyan Chand Hockey Stadium, the main venue for the event which will play host to all 44 matches of the tournament.

"We have trained on this pitch for the past five days and the boys are getting used to the new turf. It is similar to the turf back in SAI, Bengaluru where the boys have been based for almost 10 months," Oltmans said.

will play their second practice game on December 5 against Netherlands.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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