Janneke Schopman resigns as chief coach of Indian women’s hockey team | Hockey News


New Delhi: Indian women's hockey team head coach Jenneke Schopman Resigned on Friday. His resignation comes just days after he expressed his dissatisfaction that he was undervalued and did not get enough respect from the national federation.
Dutch coach submitted his resignation hockey india (Hi) President Dilip Tirkey After the conclusion of the Indian women's hockey team's home leg of the tour FIH Hockey Pro League In Odisha.
Shopman's contract was originally scheduled to expire in August, after the Paris Olympics. However, recent critical comments from Shopman, expressing dissatisfaction with how he was valued and respected, likely hastened the decision to depart.
Shopman took over the reins from former head coach Sjoerd Marine Under whose patronage India finished a historic fourth place in the Tokyo Olympics.
“After the disappointment in the recent Olympic qualifiers, his resignation paves the way for Hockey India to look for a suitable player.” head coach For the women's hockey team, which can prepare the Indian team for the next Women's World Cup in 2026 and Los Angeles Olympics 2028, Hockey India said in a media statement.
“It is time to start a new chapter in Indian women's hockey, with the progress of the players at the center of our focus,” the statement said.

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