Three red lions and their coach nominated for the titles of the best player, goalkeeper and coach of the season - other sports

Three red lions and their coach nominated for the titles of the best player, goalkeeper and coach of the season – other sports

Alexander Hendrix, top scorer at the last Olympic tournament, and Arthur van Doren, already winner of the award in 2017 and 2018, were nominated for the Player of the Season title. Shane McLeod is the coach of the season and Vincent Vanach is the goalkeeper of the season.

Three red black and the coach Shane McLeod Among the nominees for the 2020-21 FIH Hockey Stars Awards honoring the best coach of the season.

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) announced on Monday his selection in the various categories. Two Belgian players on the Player of the Year list: Alexander Hendricks, the top scorer in the Tokyo Olympics, and Arthur van Doren (The winner is already in 2017 and 2018). They compete with three Australians (Tim Brand and Jake Wheaton And Aran Zalewski) and the recent winner of Indian Manpreet Singh (in 2019).

Vincent Vanach He could be the best goalkeeper for the fourth time in a row. Australian Andrew Charter And Hindi Parattu Raveendran Sreejesh They are rivals for this title.

The award for the best coach will go to Shane McLeodThe New Zealand coach of the Red Lions who left the team after the Australian Games Graham Reed Which won the bronze medal in Tokyo with India and Australia Colin Patch (Former Red Lions coach) who finished second with Australia in the Olympics.

The three players selected for the Rising Star title reserved for players aged 21 or younger as of December 31) are Mustafa Kassem (AfS), Sean Findley (New Zealand), Vivek Prasad (India). The Player of the Year award will go to Augustina Albertario (arg), good eve (PB), Augustina Gorzelani (arg), Georgette Cor (India) , Frederic Matla (PB) or Maria Verschor (PB) and best goalkeeper: Maddy Hinch (GB/Ang), Savita (Indiana) or Belen Sochi (Arg).

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Hope of the year will be chosen among Fiona crackle (GB/Ang), Sharmila Devi (India) , Valentina Fox (Arg) Voting is open until September 15th.

Winners will be announced at the end of September/beginning of October, FIH to determine. To determine the winners we add the votes of the national associations (captains and coaches i.e. 50%), fans and players (25%) and the media (25%).

Three of the Red Lions and coach Shane McLeod are among the nominees for the 2020-21 FIH Hockey Stars Awards honoring the coach of the season. The International Hockey Federation (FIH) announced on Monday his selection in the various categories. Two Belgian players are on the Player of the Year list: Alexandre Hendricks, top scorer at the Tokyo Olympics, and Arthur van Doren (already winner in 2017 and 2018). They compete with three Australians (Tim Brand, Jake Wheaton and Aran Zalosky) and India’s latest winner Manpreet Singh (in 2019). Australian Andrew Charter and Indian Paratu Ravindran Srigesh are his contenders for this title. The Coach of the Year award will go to Shane McLeod, New Zealand coach for the Red Lions who left the team after the games, Australian Graham Reed, who won bronze in Tokyo with India and the Australian. Colin Patch (former Red Lions coach) who finished second with Australia in the Olympics. The three players selected for the Rising Star title reserved for players aged 21 or younger as of December 31) are Mustafa Kassem (AfS), Shaun Findlay (New Zealand), Vivek Prasad (India). The Player of the Year title will go to Agustina Albertarrio (Arg), Eva de Goede (PB), Agustina Gorzelany (Arg), Gurjit Kaur (Ind), Frédérique Matla (PB) or Maria Verschoor (PB) being the best. Goalkeeper: Maddie Hinch (GB/Ang), Savita (Ind) or Belén Succi (Arg). Hope of the Year will be chosen between Fiona Crackles (GB/Ang), Sharmila Devi (India), Valentina Raposo (Argentina). Voting is open until September 15th. Winners will be announced at the end of September/beginning of October, FIH to determine. To determine the winners we add the votes of the national associations (captains and coaches i.e. 50%), fans and players (25%) and the media (25%).

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