FIH CEO Thierry Weil weighs in on the Hockey Stars Awards controversy.

Thierry Weil, the CEO of the International Hockey Federation (FIH) says hockey’s governing body will ‘work with the global hockey community’ to find a more supported method of determining the winners of the annual Hockey Stars Awards.

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FIH issues statement after widespread awards criticism

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has issued a statement surrounding the 2020-21 Hockey Stars Awards after receiving widespread criticism upon announcing the winners. 

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David Ralph appointed England and Great Britain Head Coach.

England Hockey have today announced the appointment of David Ralph as Head Coach of the Great Britain and England women’s international hockey teams, replacing Mark Hager, who resigned after the Tokyo Olympics.

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A view of the Olympics…

Well, we’re right into the thick of the Olympic hockey tournaments and there’s been plenty going on and plenty to talk about.

Whilst my work commitments on other sports prevent me from providing the level of coverage I’d like to, this is a hockey site and it would be odd for me, a hockey obsessive not to do something about the biggest tournament in world hockey.

With that in mind, here’s part one of a series of, well, as many as I can fit in, of things I’ve seen that I found interesting. Enjoy.

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Rob and Romesh vs Hockey

You may or may not have seen that BAFTA-nominated “Rob & Romesh vs” returned to Sky One at the start of July.

Given the Olympics is almost here, there are a couple of episodes dedicated to comedians Romesh Ranganathan and Rob Beckett and their quest to find an Olympic sport they can turn their hand to.

In their infinite wisdom, they decide that playing in goal at hockey looks pretty straightforward. The reality, is quite different.  

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