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Modi-baiters?like Kuldeep Sharma and Sanjiv Bhatt and IAS officer Pradeep Sharma Before his appointment as ASGSyed was also appointed as Special Public Prosecutor for CBI He is an SPP in the Sadiq Jamal encounter case Syed has also been representing Ishrat Jahans motherShamima Kausarin the 2004 fake encounter case For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsCedric D’Souza stood at the corner of the turf at the Homebush Stadium the venue of the Hockey World Cup It’s 1994 26 November to be exact For Cedric it was his first assignment as India’s national hockey coach He is pacing up and down like a caged animal just off the corner flag in the space between the wire fence and the touch line It’s a stretch of less than a few metres as he takes four to five steps and then back again He has been doing this for almost ten minutes In the shadow of the setting sun across the sky-line of Sydney the Indian team trains A day back they lost to Holland 2-4; a match many critics experts and commentators dubbed ‘pacy intelligent’ and ‘unlucky’ that India didn’t walk off with at least a draw Cedric is like a tuning fork Yet there is a cloud of sullen silence over him Suddenly he looks up walks over hurriedly “You need quotes” he asks eyes like little powder kegs “We will beat South Africa in the next match We have to” India drew 2-2 with South Africa Delhi Waveriders coach Cedric D’Souza during a press conference Getty Twenty-two years later not much has changed He is still wired high strung; probably hooked up to an electric sub-station He is thin wiry but beneath the cap a pony tail peeks out The face may be slightly weather beaten but the demeanor is still tense impatient and restless At The Grand in New Delhi he opens the door and says “We have 30 minutes But we will have to move in 20 I need to go for team training” Yet he makes tea Now he is stationed in Vienna hoping that a four-year contract is good enough to make the Austrian national hockey team qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics And he is also the coach of the Delhi Waveriders in the Hockey India League Sheets of team formation and zonal markings have been taped across the front wall of his room at the five-star hotel He is looking at them absent-mindedly as he stirs sugar in the tea Not that absent-mindedly “The pace has surely picked up” Cedric says “But tactically we still play around with the same formations In ’94 I remember playing sometimes with a lone forward upfront (Edward Aranha) and it paid off The strikers were good We had Dhanraj Pillay Mukesh Kumar Sabu Varkey Gavin Ferreira” Comparing them with the present lot Cedric feels those in the Junior World Cup were excellent “Things have improved greatly” he says “Everyone in the top six is worried about India They know the team is improving constantly and is now a real threat Honestly the Indian team is looking good” Watching him you do sometimes feel that after 22 years of top-level coaching the fire might have dimmed the persona would have softened but the words still come out like being fired from an AK-47 The brash arrogant Cedric might be a thing of the past But the confidence is still sky-high as is his fidelity for the Indian national team Many may have forgotten but he was the coach of the 1989-90 Mumbai team that won the national hockey title in Gwalior beating a strong Punjab side in the final with a packed 35000-strong crowd supporting the Mumbai team Back in 1996 just before taking the team to the Atlanta Olympics Cedric had implored the then Indian Hockey Federation under KPS Gill to give the national team around 15 matches in Europe But it never materialized Finances were a mess back then Finding sponsors was like growing tropical fruit in Alaska Cedric is however happy that what many believed then is happening now and the national team has benefitted from regularly playing the big teams “The fear psychosis is over” he says “The unknown in world hockey when we played big teams with too many gaps in between is a thing of the past We now beat them in Europe” He points to the silver medal finish in the Champions Trophy in 2016 London as an example “Wasn’t that a brilliant final” he asks his face lit up like a neon sign File photo of Indian hockey coach Cedric D’ Souza with his players at the national hockey camp in Bangalore April 26 2001 AFP Cedric believes that more than anything the Hockey India League is a boon “I believe in it hundred percent” he says “The cream is playing here All the big names are here and our juniors are here too” But the reason that the former Indian national coach believes that Indian hockey can cross the imaginary line between being an also-ran team to hitting the top four is when you lift a World Cup and according to Cedric the juniors have done that “These players are brimming with confidence” he says “Look at Harjeet (Singh) and the way he changes the pace of a game understanding the positions and creating moves It will take some time for them mature but the crop is there We need to tend to them” In between Cedric answers phones and directs his supporting staff to ensure that the goalkeepers get an extra hour of training “Just do it” he orders In a four-quarter encounter it’s all about game changers and how a player or many players can lead a match “I believe a team needs to have leaders” he explains “The captain is an arm-band but players can lead with the kind of match situations they can create Look at Manpreet (Singh) and how he can change the complexion of the match with an accurate run down the middle The boy has oomph” In the Rio Olympics Manpreet was given the midfield position while Sardar Singh was pushed into a forward’s role With a shot of skill sudden acceleration and a slap shot that landed on a forward’s stick Manpreet put the fear of the devil into opponent’s midfield and defence zones Cedric gives a lot of credit to PR Sreejesh the Indian captain and in reality the ‘last line’ of defence the goalkeeper “Look at the way he helped the junior India goalkeeper at the World Cup His enthusiasm is infectious and he keeps pushing every player More than that you can rely on him to bring India out of a sticky corner It’s because of his proficiency as a goalkeeper that defenders like Rupinder Pal Singh and Harmanpreet have raised their game” To a coach like Cedric it’s imperative that one asks about the India vs Belgium match in the quarter-finals of the Rio Olympics Was it bad tactics in the third and fourth quarter Or was Belgium good on the day in beating India 3-1 Cedric sinks into the chair slightly opens a bottle of water and takes a sip “You know what” he says “If the result was the other way around everybody would have praised (Roelant) Oltmans and a gamble would have paid off It didn’t click whatever Oltmans thought would And quick goals put us under pressure” “It’s about decisions in key moments” continues Cedric “It’s about the players also Reaction time in adapting is also critical” It’s a typical coaches’ answer It’s a classic Cedric reply Rarely will he criticize another coach He does praise the Indian junior coach Harendra Singh “The way he handled pressure was excellent” says Cedric “I also think the Indian junior team was vastly superior They were good enough to beat anybody and for that all credit goes to just one man Harendra Singh” In his four seasons as Delhi Waveriders coach Cedric has won the title once secured two third-place finishes and this year finished a disappointing fourth “We did try our best but the plans didn’t really work out” he explains “We gave too much space and just when it seemed it will all come back the structure used to crumble” Cedric doesn’t give up too easily Wins and losses could be stacked in two separate columns a statistician’s delight In Atlanta ’96 he came quite close to taking India to an Olympic semi-final before as he would describe ‘it all crumbled’ Desire has propelled him all these years as a coach Maybe in three years he might deliver the shock of taking the Austrian national team to the Olympics It’s a long shot For Cedric it won’t be for a lack of trying Written by Partha Sarathi Biswas | Pune | Published: September 20 2013 3:17 am Related News The ongoing battle for proprietary rights over the property of self-styled godman Osho has taken a new turn The faction currently controlling the extensive property has come up with what is purportedly the last will and testament of Osho23 years after his death The will was produced by Swami Prem Niren in a Spanish court that is hearing a suit filed by Osho Lotus Commune over the trademark claims over Osho International FoundationZurich Meanwhilethe rival faction of Yogesh Thakkar (Swami Prem Deep) and othersincluding Osho Friends Foundationhas claimed that the will is forged The will dated June 161989is drawn up in Pune and has named Anand Jayesh (Michael OByrne) as the executioner The document has the signatures of Swami 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