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Very satisfying to see more youngsters take up hockey officiating: Manish Gour

Very satisfying to see more youngsters take up hockey officiating: Manish Gour

Nagpur, Nov 23 (UNI) Manish Gour from Nagpur, who was recently awarded the Hockey India best technical official 2019-2020, has said that he is pleased to see young officials and former players from state and national level showing keen interest in officiating.
"I began officiating as an umpire in 1992 and moved on from umpiring to technical officiating in 2012. It has been a long journey, but over the course of long term development in the past years, what has been most satisfying is to see the number of youngsters with or without a hockey background showing interest in hockey officiating,' said Gour, who was overwhelmed with the recognition he received from Hockey India for his efforts as a technical official.
'I believe this is largely due to the efforts taken by Hockey India. They have made umpiring and technical officiating opportunities & courses available consistently across the country and this also gave me an opportunity to develop myself as an FIH Certified Educator for Technical Officials," he added.

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