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I want to carry on but depends on GB Hockey, says Danny Kerry

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Danny Kerry wants to carry on as Great Britain and England Hockey coach but fears he may not be given the chance after a crushing Olympic men’s quarter-final exit, writes Tom Harle in Tokyo.

Kerry watched a team he has spent nearly three years in charge of muster all their remaining energy before sliding out of the Games with a 3-1 defeat to India.

The 50-year-old has a hard exterior but was an emotional wreck in a post-game interview, talking of the mental toll taken by a tournament like no other.

“This has been the hardest Olympics by some margin,” said Kerry, coaching at his fourth with his first coming in Beijing.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. There isn’t anyone better than him in the country at this moment! I believe he should be there till the World Cup and Paris 2024. Fingers crossed.

  2. The team needed a balance of set peice and open play goal scorers. Relying solely on set pieces was a problem when they did not work to expectations.

    A further lesson on team selections

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