Scotland’s Alan Forsyth, English club hockey’s most prolific striker over the last five years, is set to miss out on a second Team GB Olympic squad after being overlooked for the Tokyo Games.
Forsyth, a popular member of the GB men’s programme, was a surprise omission for the Rio 2016 squad but has dominated English domestic hockey in recent seasons. He was considered a key man in GB’s 16-strong selection and is the biggest omission in the squad, which is due to be revealed this week and approved by the British Olympic Association.
The Surbiton forward, who has netted over 100 international goals for Scotland and GB, will be named as one of two travelling reserves in what will be seen as a bold selection call by coach Danny Kerry…
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