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BHF should sit with coach, manager before taking decision: Mamun

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Sports Reporter :
Coach of Bangladesh Under-21 Hockey team Mamunur Rashid said, "Bangladesh Hockey Federation (BHF) should sit with the coach and manager before taking decision with the team."
Mamunur Rashid was given the charge of the coach of Bangladesh Under-21 Hockey team for the upcoming Bangabandhu Under-21 Junior Asia Cup Hockey Tournament.
Mamun said it will be helpful for the Under-21 Hockey team if BHF will start the full-fledged coaching camp for the youth hockey team as early as possible so that the players can take enough preparation before the tournament.
The BHF will host the Bangabandhu Men's Junior Asia Cup Hockey Tournament, which is scheduled to be held from January 21 to January 30 in 2021 at the Maulana Bhashani National Hockey Stadium.  A total of ten countries will take part in the prestigious hockey competition for Asian youth.  Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Chinese Taipei, Uzbekistan, Oman, Japan, South Korea and China will compete in the hockey meet.
The top three countries will get tickets for the next edition of Men's Junior Hockey World Cup.
Mamun said Bangladesh have good chance to qualify in the next edition of Men's Junior Hockey World Cup as the hosts will get home advantage in the upcoming tournament.
Ahead of the tournament, Bangladesh Hockey Federation (BHF) will call 36 players for the camp whom they initially picked up earlier. The youth team's camp is likely start from mid-October at Maulana Bhashani National Hockey Stadium.

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