2014 Commonwealth Games: Gurwinder Singh Chandi Will Strengthen Forward Line, Says Terry Walsh

India hockey coach Terry Walsh said Gurwinder Singh Chandi's experience will play a key role during the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Nikkin Thimmaiah and Ramandeep Singh are also set to return.

updated: July 16, 2014 13:17 IST
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Gurwinder Singh Chandi during Indian team's practice session.


Glasgow: India hockey coach Terry Walsh feels Gurwinder Singh Chandi's re-induction into the team after more than a year in wilderness will add quite a bit of zing to the side's attack in the upcoming Commonwealth Games here.

Speaking on the forward line of the team, Walsh said, "We have one of the best forward line as compared to the tournaments in the recent past.

"The two young players, Nikkin Thimmaiah and Ramandeep Singh who got injured before the start of the World Cup are set to make their comeback along with an experienced senior player Gurwinder Singh Chandi is a sign of added power to the our forward line." (Also read: Indian team needs to improve, says Walsh)

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