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Evaluation committee says Indian hockey team needs development at grassroots level

New Delhi, July 06 (ANI): A panel formed to look into India's debacle in the Hockey World Cup met the team to discuss reasons that led to its dismal performance. The director of the committee, Roelant Oltmans, shed a positive light on the team and said India has shown 100 percent improvement in their game. Coach of Indian men's hockey team, Terry Walsh, said the main reason presented to them over the debacle was that India's development process was slower than the rest of the world. Former captain of Indian hockey team and a member of the evaluation committee, Ajitpal Singh, said the development needs to begin from grassroots level for better performance of the players. Jul 6, 2014
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Neymar cried a lot, says Brazil team doctor

Brazilian team doctor Jose Luiz Runco calls for World Cup referees to do more to protect players as he confirmed details of Neymar's fractured vertebrae and stalled football career. Duration: 01:24 Jul 6, 2014

FIFA World Cup 2014 Results: Krul the Saviour as Netherlands Edge Costa Rica in Nerve-Jangling Penalty Shootout

Louis Van Gaal is a manager who likes to take chances, throw in a surprise from nowhere to upset the opposition without worrying about the consequences if it goes wrong. The Netherlands coach, seeing the quarterfinal against Costa Rica going into penalties, replaced his No.1 goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen, the man who had played every single minute of Holland's World Cup until then, with Tim Krul right at the end of extra time, and what a masterstroke it proved to be. Jul 6, 2014
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Football: FIFA could act on Neymar injury

FIFA could take action against Colombia's Juan Zuniga for the challenge in the World Cup quarter final that left Brazilian superstar Neymar with a fractured vertebrae. Duration: 01:23 Jul 6, 2014