Probables named for Asian Champions Trophy camp

Published October 13, 2021
Pakistan hockey team players are seen during a match in this file photo. — AFP/File
Pakistan hockey team players are seen during a match in this file photo. — AFP/File

LAHORE: The Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) on Tuesday announced 26 probables to attend a national training camp for the Asian Champions Trophy being held in Dhaka from Dec 14 to 22.

The event will feature teams from Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Japan, Malaysia and South Korea.

The camp commences here at the National Hockey Stadium from Oct 21.

Former Olympian Khawaja Junaid has been retained as head coach of the Pakistan team and all the probables will report to him on Oct 21.

The players will bring their departmental NOC, six-month valid passport and 12 passport-size photographs to attend the camp.

Probables:

Goalkeepers: Muneeb-ur-Rehman, Akmal Hussain

Defenders: Mubashir Ali, Abu Bakar Mahmood, Tazeem Al Hassan, Rizwan Ali, Asif Hanif, Amjad Ali Khan, Osama Bashir, Junaid Kamal, Faizan

Forwards: Umar Bhutta, Ali Shan, M. Azfar Yaqub, Rana Sohail Riaz, Ejaz Ahmed, Ahmed Nadeem, Hamza Waheed, Salman Razzaq, Naveed Alam, Obaidullah, Nohaiz Zahid Malik, Afraz, Junaid Manzoor, Zain Ijaz, Zakaria Hayat

Officials: Khawaja Junaid (camp commandant/head coach); Syed Sameer Hussain, Ajmal Khan Lodhi International (coaches); Nadeem Khan Lodhi (video analyst); Abid Amin (physical trainer).

Published in Dawn, October 13th, 2021

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