Renedy Singh shows confidence in NTSN to be the largest grass root program providing India its future talents.
Delhi: December 22, 2016: Former Indian midfielder Renedy Singh is excited to be a part of School Sports Promotion Foundation. As the secretary of National Football Council Renedy is confident to find talent which can represent India in football on an international platform.
“I feel proud to be a part of such a foundation which is committed and working actively to identify, nourish and give opportunities to young talents so that India gets her due glory in international sports arena. I will contribute in every possible manner to achieve this noble goal” he said.
Renedy recalled his early days when he used to play for clubs like Mohun Bagan and learned many skills which contributed to his success when he represented India. Renedy is confident and excited to guide budding talents with his experience to explore their game and refine it to make it a passion and profession for country and their own glory.
“Every player is unique in its own way, here in SSPF we need to identify one good quality in a player to groom it as his skill. NTSN gives that opportunity to get connected with the player at his growing age for his successful professional career. With such vast reach to every state and district it will be an opportunity for us to nurture every aspiring young player to be the best” said the Indian midfielder.
In the inaugural year, as many as 880 matches were played by 436 schools in 14 States. For NTSN’s second season with the support of former Indian captain and newly appointed SSPF’s National Football Council Chairman Bhaichung Bhutia, Renedy targets more than 4,000 of schools across the country to be a part of NTSN in 2016-17.