Ex-Olympian Tahir Zaman urges Sindh to set up hockey centre

KARACHI: Former Olympian and International Hockey Federation (FIH) Ex-Olympian Tahir Zaman

“It is need of great importance to make a middle for youth to clean their abilities in accordance

with the most recent innovation,

Tahir said while talking during the declaration appropriation service of a three-day mentors studio at the Karachi Hockey Association (KHA) ground a few days ago.

He said the cycle should proceed with to the point of accomplishing wanted outcomes in the following not many years.

The 52-year old previous inside right said the common government ought to work together

with the schooling office to distinguish under-14 ability and deal them motivations in real money

and kind other than sending the best players to another country for openness.

“Hockey has totally altered and the course of training additionally should be updated from exhausting camps and made appealing for a youngster

to change from cell phone to hockey,” Tahir, who has addressed Pakistan in three Olympics,

as numerous World Cups and two Asian Games told Dawn.

A local of Gojra, Tahir credited the downfall of Pakistan’s brilliant time to the specialists to absence of concentration towards mentors schooling.

Tahir, who balanced his boots after 1998 World Cup, joined the first class FIH board as mentor

and teacher and later served the public senior and junior hockey groups as lead trainer,

right hand mentor and advisor on various events in the past other than serving numerous unfamiliar groups.

With 225 worldwide matches added to his repertoire and 136 objectives shockingly, Tahir brought up that a decent educator creates great understudies.

He commended the KHA for leading the mentors studio. The featured expert harped on assortment of subjects

of recordings and down to earth exhibit and later took questions.

Around 110 members including ladies went to the studio.

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