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Pakistan Hockey Team Granted Visas for Netherlands, Poland

Pakistan Hockey Team

Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) Secretary Rana Mujahid announced that the Pakistan hockey team has successfully obtained visas for their upcoming tours to the Netherlands and Poland, marking a significant step forward for the team.

The team’s first destination will be the Netherlands, with Mujahid expressing optimism about the team’s departure scheduled for the following morning. He emphasized that every possible effort is being made to ensure a smooth departure for the squad.

Following their visit to the Netherlands, the national hockey team will proceed to Poland to participate in the Nations Cup, demonstrating their commitment to international competition.

This upcoming tour holds particular significance as it marks the team’s first match since their participation in the Azlan Shah Hockey tournament in Malaysia.

During this tournament, the Green Shirts displayed commendable performance, reaching the final match against Japan.

Although they faced defeat in the penalty shoot-out, their spirited performance earned praise from civilian and military leadership, as well as from various sectors of society.

The team’s achievements at the Azlan Shah Hockey tournament have not only brought recognition to Pakistani hockey but also instilled pride and enthusiasm among fans and supporters.

As they embark on their upcoming tours, the national hockey team carries with them the hopes and expectations of a nation, eager to witness further success on the international stage.

The support and encouragement received from all quarters serve as a source of motivation for the team, reinforcing their determination to excel and make their country proud.

With their visas secured and preparations underway, the Pakistan hockey team is poised to showcase their talent and prowess on the global arena, continuing their legacy of excellence in the sport.

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