Friday, June 14, 2024

GB coach Danny Kerry remains coy on playing Olympics reserves

Great Britain men’s coach Danny Kerry remains coy over the use of his two playing reserves at the Tokyo Olympics as he spoke for the first time on the decision to leave out Alan Forsyth.

The International Olympic Committee recently decreed that teams could pick their two reserves, or be replaced in the matchday 16 for each game.

On the men’s side, Forsyth and Harry Martin, the youngest team member at London 2012, were chosen as the travelling reserves, while Kerry hinted that the new IOC ruling wouldn’t automatically mean that the pair would feature.

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