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The much-anticipated bilateral hockey series between India and Pakistan is likely to resume in March this year after the former has shown keen interest to tour the troubled-torn nation for a three Test rubber, according to PHF.
The Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) on Monday said it has resumed talks with the Indian hockey authorities to have a bilateral series as soon as possible. PHF President, Akhtar Rasool, today told during a media briefing in Lahore that he was keen to
A group of Pakistani Olympic hockey greats protested outside the parliament in Islamabad against the present set up in the Pakistan Hockey Federation, calling for the sacking of the present PHF officials and an inquiry against them.
35 Islamabad: Akhtar Rasool Chaduahry, chief manager and head coach of Pakistan`s national hockey team, Tuesday resigned from his post after the national team`s failure to qualify for next year`s World Cup in Holland, Xinhua reported.
Pakistan (AFP) Pakistan's field hockey head coach Akhtar Rasool resigned from his post Tuesday after the national team failed to qualify for next year's World Cup. Pakistan, once considered an Asian giant in the sport with four world titles and
Retired Pakistani stars threatened to burn their medals and protest publicly unless the government steps in to reverse a spectacular decline in the national game, field hockey. (AFP) Pakistan has won four world titles and three Olympic gold medals in
10 Karachi: Changes are expected when the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) Executive Board meets in Lahore on Wednesday following the national team`s failure to qualify for next year`s World Cup in Holland, first time since the prestigious event
Pakistan did not play in the inaugural Hockey India League and it is extremely unlikely that they will also feature in the next year`s event as Pakistan Hockey Federation is reluctant to send its players to India because of the current tension
Former players on Saturday called for the sacking of Pakistan Hockey Federation officials after the country failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in history. As the beleaguered PHF officials tried to cope with Pakistan hockey`s one
ISLAMABAD. The Secretary of the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) Asif Bajwa said on Saturday that the national squad has the potential to win the Asia Cup and ensure a berth for the Hockey World Cup. “I am sure our players can