While most teams in the 2nd Edition of the Sultan Johor Cup will be looking towards a podium finish, Pakistan are out to gain as much experience as they can in order to prepare a decent team for the 2013 Junior World Cup in New Delhi.
With five players in the national senior side, Pakistan coach Rana Mujahid Ali said that his team has somewhat been reduced in strength, but looking ahead is his main priority, thus a decent performance rather then a podium finish is what they are aiming for.
It will be a final outing as coach of Jamilon Mulders who will lead the German squad in the 2nd edition of the Sultan of Johor Cup in Johor Baru that commences this Sunday.
For Mulders will take over the reins of the German national ladies squad for the next Olympic cycle that ends in Rio de Janeiro. And thus he will use all his knowledge to ensure that five times world junior champions Germany live up to their potential at the SOJC. Assisting him will be Andre Henning who is currently the HTCU coach and is largely tipped to take over Mulders position.