The Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) has appointed former retired Olympian Farhat Khan as collector while Farhat Khan has been made the new chief coach in place of Khawaja Junaid. According to media reports, the Pakistan Hockey Federation also made strange decisions following the footsteps of the PCB. It was normal for the federation officials to remove coaches and managers on each tour and to overthrow the selection committee, the World Hockey League said. Not only head coach Khwaja Muhammad Junaid and Hanif Khan was washed out in manager’s semifinal matches The selection committee, headed by Rashid Junior, was also sent home.
Farhat Khan has been made the new chief coach in place of Khwaja Junaid while the former Olympian Hassan Sardar has been given the responsibility of selection committee, Asia Cup and four country internationals. Following the shameful defeat of the green shirts in the hockey tournament, the number of selection committee members has been reduced to 5. Earlier, Hassan Sardar was elected chief selector in the three-member National Hockey Selection Committee, while Aizam Mahmood and Sadiq Hussain are working as members. Has added 2 more members to the committee. He resigned as head coach yesterday. Ali Farhat Khan and Qasim Khan have been included in the selection committee. Farhat Khan, born January 10, 1965, was part of the national hockey team that won the bronze medal at the 1992 Olympics. Green shirts in the event lead to victories.
It is important to note that Farhat Khan was headquartered after the shameful defeat of the national hockey team at the Asia Cup and the four-nation international hockey tournament played in Australia, Dhaka in the Bangladeshi capital. Was pressured to resign. He resigned from the post while reading the log wall. It has been learned that the first test of the capabilities of the new selectors will be the selection of a national squad against the scheduled World XI next month, in several countries of the world including Australia, Argentina, Germany. The World XI will be coming to Pakistan on January 8 and will take part in a 2-match series against the Green Shirts, which are held in Karachi and Lahore.