If you play without pressure and without the coach’s strategy you are sure to get a medal. If you play without pressure and strategy from the coach, you will receive a medal.

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After coming from a small town like Banaras, my eyes filled with joy when I was first selected for the Atlanta Olympics. When he reached Atlanta in 1996 to compete in the Olympics, he was surprised to see the great players of the time. In memory of Baba, Vishwanath fell to the ground in the field. The noise of Jeetega India from the crowded stadium was rousing. But due to the audience’s expectations, the pressure on the team was enormous. Under the guidance of Indian flag bearer and captain Pargat Singh, the ice hockey team started with a loss to Argentina but defeated America and then Spain by playing the coach’s strategy. Those two victories left the team in turmoil, but the advantage of being in rhythm was enough to keep Germany, Pakistan and South Korea equal in the first leg of the next round. We then lost to Great Britain with four goals against three and the Indian team moved up to eighth place in the tournament. The only reason was that we couldn’t play according to the coach’s strategy. Anyone playing at the Olympics for the first time is definitely a little nervous. That’s what happened to me. I still remember that game from Argentina. Once the trainer forced me to sit outside. If we had played according to the coach’s strategy at the time, history might have turned out differently. It is recommended to the team competing in the Tokyo Olympics that players focus and test the coach’s strategy, skill, strategy and endurance. This victory also completes the 40-year gap in medals. As Rahul Singh, a member of the Indian hockey team at the Atlanta Olympics, told us.
Lalit can prove to be a game changer
Rahul Singh, a former Olympian and deputy commissioner in the Mumbai Customs Department, said the Indian hockey team is very strong. Captain Manpreet is accompanied by Birender, Amit, Rohidas, Surendra and Vivek as midfielders. Lalit is a fine striker who also has a lot of experience in international matches. He can prove himself to be a game changer at the Tokyo Olympics.

After coming from a small town like Banaras, my eyes filled with joy when I was first selected for the Atlanta Olympics. When he reached Atlanta in 1996 to compete in the Olympics, he was surprised to see the great players of the time. In memory of Baba, Vishwanath fell to the ground in the field. The noise of Jeetega India from the stadium full of spectators was rousing. But due to the audience’s expectations, the pressure on the team was enormous. Under the guidance of Indian flag bearer and captain Pargat Singh, the ice hockey team started with a loss to Argentina but defeated America and then Spain by playing the coach’s strategy. Those two victories left the team in turmoil, but the advantage of being in rhythm was enough to keep Germany, Pakistan and South Korea equal in the first leg of the next round. We then lost to Great Britain with four goals against three and the Indian team moved up to eighth place in the tournament. The only reason was that we couldn’t play according to the coach’s strategy. Anyone playing at the Olympics for the first time is definitely a little nervous. That’s what happened to me. I still remember that game from Argentina. Once the trainer forced me to sit outside. If we had played according to the coach’s strategy at the time, history might have turned out differently. It is recommended to the team competing in the Tokyo Olympics that players focus and test the coach’s strategy, skill, strategy and endurance. This victory also completes the 40-year gap in medals. As Rahul Singh, a member of the Indian hockey team at the Atlanta Olympics, told us.

Lalit can prove to be a game changer

Rahul Singh, a former Olympian and deputy commissioner in the Mumbai Customs Department, said the Indian hockey team is very strong. Captain Manpreet is accompanied by Birender, Amit, Rohidas, Surendra and Vivek as midfielders. Lalit is a fine striker who also has a lot of experience in international matches. He can prove himself to be a game changer at the Tokyo Olympics.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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