New Delhi: Hockey coach Ric Charlesworth feels India need to be more “organised and disciplined” if they are to become a force to reckon with.
“India are improving… But you suddenly cannot see that India are at the top of the podium,” Charlesworth said.
“India can be better organised and disciplined. They have skill but some of it is soft skill rather than being more robust. The rules have changed and India need to adjust,” observed the Aussie.
Charlesworth said “hard work and patience” are key to Indian hockey’s revival.
“Work hard, be patient, build the game at every level and always watch and learn from others. Given the potential in India, anything is possible,” he said. (Agencies)