Sjoerd Marijne said that while he is glad of the “legacy”. That he has been able to make with the Indian women’s group. The circumstance in which he was made the men’s coach before being moved back. To be the head coach of the women’s group in 2017. And 2018 seems to have been handled better.
Sjoerd Marijne led the Indian women’s group. To their joint best-ever finish at the Olympics with a string of surprising. Also, comes about in Tokyo and will presently be leaving. The setup with those memories. In any case, he got a taste of the instability that has tormented Indian hockey. For decades in his first year with the women’s team.
The former Dutch player came to the nation. To require over the Indian women’s team in 2017. But was appointed as the chief coach of the men’s side later that year. Sjoerd Marijne is re-designated as the women’s coach in a rejigging of roles. Also, with Junior World Cup-winning coach Harendra Singh. Taking charge of the men’s side in 2018.
Of course, I was not truly happy with the move. I was not truly happy with what happened. The way it happened with the men’s group and I do not think. That was fairly conscious, Marijne said to PTI.
Marijne said that it was goalkeeper Savita Punia who gave him the assurance. That he was welcome at the women’s group.
But the minute I returned back to ladies. Savita came to my room and said ‘Listen, we are truly cheerful you’re back. That minute for me, was the changing minute. I felt okay, it’s great to be there again,” he said.
Marijne felt if given a longer time. He could have achieved a parcel with the men’s side. Which he said is the most challenging group within the world.
But individuals shouldn’t misunderstand me. It was not that I was baffled to go back to the women’s group. I was not upbeat about the way they handled it with the men’s group. Since I left at a very great moment. On one side you have got the opportunity to work. With the most challenging group in the world. In Indian men and on the other, I was doing Indian ladies and we were just going up.