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EXCLUSIVE: Bobby Crutchley to stay on as England and GB coach for Tokyo 2020

By Rod Gilmour Bobby Crutchley will lead England and Great Britain to Tokyo 2020 after securing his job as head men's coach, The Hockey Paper can disclose. Crutchley's stay of execution was granted following an extensive review into the Rio Games' failings...

My Life In Hockey: Simon Mason

We speak to the three-time Great Britain Olympian about his hockey life... The first time I got called up for international duty I actually had to turn it down! I got the call in 1993 to play in a Test series...

Todd Williams column: The best players chase the game

The upcoming men’s and women’s Junior World Cups will provide players with an important lesson about succeeding at the international level. Players from big hockey countries like England will realise that while a long, well-funded preparation provides an advantage,...

Alex Danson column: There’s no me in my idea of team

Life since Rio has been something of a whirlwind. We had planned methodically and done everything we could do to be ready physically and tactically. Internally every one of the squad of 31 thought we could win gold, we had...

Danny Kerry: Planning for next gold at Tokyo 2020 Olympics starts now

Rod Gilmour talks to GB coach Danny Kerry about his plans for the Tokyo Olympics... Danny Kerry's side is off being interviewed by BBC presenter Clare Balding. It may be the start of their meteoric rise into the public consciousness,...
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Women’s Hockey World Cup 2022: England search for front foot play and consistency

A theme has run through the England women’s team in recent years. It started with former coach Mark Hager,...
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