Harendra Singh is still interested in occupying the vacant position of the junior men’s hockey team coach, but is not willing to “compromise” on its terms and conditions. Harendra, who trained India for the 2016 Junior World Cup crown in his country, said he is still open to taking on the job for which he had run in the past, but wants equality in terms of what is offered to Foreign trainers in India.

“I applied for the position a long time ago and I am still open, but my terms and conditions remain the same. I want my terms and conditions to be on par with foreign coaches, be it salary and facilities. There will be no compromise on this, ”Harendra told PTI.

“Why can’t we be treated on par with foreign coaches?” He asked.

Harendra also trained the senior national team, but a disappointing World Cup campaign at home last year opened the curtains in that period after Hockey India dismissed him from office.

The national federation later expressed its desire to restore Harendra in its previous role with the junior team, but its demands for equal terms and conditions on par with foreign coaches were brought.

According to the job announcement published on the Hockey India website, the position offered for the position is until 2021 Junior World Cup.

The position has been vacant since last month after Hockey India dismissed Jude Felix after a series of poor results.

The initial deadline to apply for the position was July 5, which was later extended until July 25 and then August 16.

Harendra, who trained India for the 2016 Junior World Cup crown in his country, said he is still open to taking on the job for which he had run in the past, but wants equality in terms of what is offered to Foreign trainers in India.

“I applied for the position a long time ago and I am still open, but my terms and conditions remain the same. I want my terms and conditions to be on par with foreign coaches, be it salary and facilities. There will be no compromise on this, ”Harendra told PTI.

“Why can’t we be treated on par with foreign coaches?” He asked.

Harendra also trained the senior national team, but a disappointing World Cup campaign at home last year opened the curtains in that period after Hockey India dismissed him from office.

The national federation later expressed its desire to restore Harendra in its previous role with the junior team, but its demands for equal terms and conditions on par with foreign coaches were brought.

According to the job announcement published on the Hockey India website, the position offered for the position is until the 2021 Junior World Cup.

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