Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Spain hockey needs ‘an evolution, not a revolution’, says Caldas

New Spanish coach Max Caldas says he is seeking an “an evolution, not a revolution” with the Red Sticks after taking over the helm of the world No 8 side.

Argentinian Caldas, 48, announced he was leaving Oranje men last year and takes over from Fred Soyez, who has joined France ahead of the Paris Olympics.

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