Haryana Steelers Coach Manpreet Singh
Name: Manpreet Singh
Age: 44 Years Old
Place of birth: Sonipat, Haryana
Head Coach: Haryana Steelers
Pro Kabaddi League Coaching Leadership
Manpreet Singh holds the prestigious role of head coach for the Haryana Steelers in the Pro Kabaddi League. As a former Kabaddi player with a remarkable international track record, his experience and leadership are highly regarded.
Distinguished Kabaddi Career
Manpreet Singh’s Kabaddi journey includes representing India in the Asian Games of 2002 and 2006, as well as being a vital part of the Indian Kabaddi team that clinched the gold medal at the 2007 Kabaddi World Cup.
Transition to Coaching
After retiring from his illustrious Kabaddi career, Singh transitioned to coaching in 2015. His coaching journey began with the Punjab State Kabaddi Association, where he honed his coaching skills and mentored several teams.
Pro Kabaddi League Coaching Stint
In the Pro Kabaddi League, Manpreet Singh made his mark with the Gujrat Giants. Under his guidance, the team reached consecutive finals in seasons 5 and 6. Later, in season 9, he took charge of the Haryana Steelers, significantly elevating the team’s performance.
Coaching Style and Strategies
Manpreet Singh is recognized for his aggressive coaching style and innovative strategies. He is known to demand a high level of dedication and effort from his players. Despite his tough approach, he remains a supportive coach, always striving to help his players improve.
Season 10 with the Haryana Steelers
The Haryana Steelers announced Manpreet Singh as their head coach for season 10 of the Pro Kabaddi League. With his proven leadership, the team holds promising prospects for achieving its goals.
Manpreet Singh’s notable achievements encompass:
Manpreet Singh’s wealth of experience and dynamic coaching approach position him as a valuable asset to the Haryana Steelers, and his leadership is expected to drive the team to success in season 10 of the Pro Kabaddi League.