New Delhi: Harendra Singh, who was replaced as India coach by Australian Michael Nobbs, Thursday hit out at former captain and his teammate Pargat Singh, saying that he has very little to show as an international except "fixing matches".
Harendra told information syndicate NNIS that Pargat, who is now chairman of Hockey India's (HI) development committee, has done nothing good for Indian hockey.
"He was the only captain who led India in two Olympics and we have not won a single medal. He is the only captain who had allegations of match fixing against him in hockey. He was the man who went onto the ground and asked the players not to score the goal and today he is talking about the welfare of hockey, it's very sad," said Harendra.