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FAS' Reply To Article Dated 20 July, titled "Most of Golden Generation gone"

We are disappointed that the reporter chose to omit an important part of Mr Tardy’s comments, where he highlighted the fact that despite natural attrition, around three quarters of the 2010 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) football team is still playing football – which is a good number.

We refer to the article “Most of Golden Generation gone” (The Straits Times, 20 July 2016).

FAS' Reply To Forum Letter Dated 25 June, titled "Lessons we can learn from Icelandic football"

As one of Singapore’s most popular sports, football brings together people from all walks of life. We share Mr Low’s hope of seeing more Singapore football stars that the nation can rally behind.

We thank Mr Darrell Low Wen Wei for his letter “Lessons we can learn from Icelandic football” (The Straits Times, 25 June 2016).

FAS' Reply To Forum Letter Dated 16 February, titled "Form hybrid S.League of pro, semi-pro teams"

FAS President Mr Zainudin Nordin recently revealed plans for a strategic review of the S.League this year to identify the role of the S.League in Singapore’s football ecosystem in the future and with the aim of improving the experience for fans, players and clubs.

We thank Mr Ivan Goh for his letter “Form hybrid S.League of pro, semi-pro teams” (TODAY, 16 February 2015).

FAS' Reply To Forum Letter Dated 23 January, titled "Reduce Foreign Player Quota in S.League"

We thank Mr Goh for his suggestions, and would also like to assure him that our aim is always to strive to maintain a good balance between grooming and developing local players, and creating added excitement to the S.League by allowing clubs to sign good quality foreign players.

We refer to Mr Ivan Goh’s letter “Reduce Foreign Player Quota in S.League (TODAY, 23 January 2015).

Steps taken to encourage more girls to play football

We thank Mr Ivan Goh for his letter ("Do more to boost women's football"; last Friday). We are glad to note his interest in the women's game.

We thank Mr Ivan Goh for his letter ("Do more to boost women's football"; last Friday). We are glad to note his interest in the women's game.

The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) recognises that the women's game is an important part of the local football eco-system. Our long-term goal is to develop a quality national team.

FAS' Reply To Forum Letter Dated 16 June, titled "Invest more in local sportsmen"

We thank Mr Christopher Chong for his letter published on 16 June 2014 in The Straits Times Forum pages, “Invest more in local sportsmen”.

We thank Mr Christopher Chong for his letter published on 16 June 2014 in The Straits Times Forum pages, “Invest more in local sportsmen”.


FAS' Reply To Forum Letter Dated 14 May, titled "Show more support for local football

We thank Ms Jong Ching Yee for her letter, as published on 14 May, 2014 in The Straits Times Forum pages, titled “Show more support for local football

“We thank Ms Jong Ching Yee for her letter, as published on 14 May, 2014 in The Straits Times Forum pages, titled “Show more support for local football”.

 

Efforts to boost S'pore football and engage fans

“The FAS thanks Donovan Chee and Wong Kah Khoon for their feedback on Singapore football in their letters titled: “FAS, not FIFA should be promoting local football” (19 Feb) and “Where’s the ‘big idea’ to rejuvenate the S.League” (25 Feb) respectively.

“The FAS thanks Donovan Chee and Wong Kah Khoon for their feedback on Singapore football in their letters titled: “FAS, not FIFA should be promoting local football” (19 Feb) and “Where’s the ‘big idea’ to rejuvenate the S.League” (25 Feb) respectively.

 

FAS: Women’s Football Integral Component of our Strategic Plan

We thank Mr Ivan Goh for his letter (“Missing out on women’s football in SEA Games, 12 November 2013). The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) appreciates the continued support of our local football fans and is committed to the development of women’s football, which forms one of the components of our Strategic Plan.

FAS: Women’s Football Integral Component of our Strategic Plan

We thank Mr Ivan Goh for his letter (“Missing out on women’s football in SEA Games, 12 November 2013).

The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) appreciates the continued support of our local football fans and is committed to the development of women’s football, which forms one of the components of our Strategic Plan.

FAS will continue to work towards achieving football excellence

WE THANK Mr Yeo Hock Yew ("All's not well with S'pore football"; Forum Online, Sept 11), Mr George Quek ("Foreign interest in our players augurs well for S'pore football"; Forum Online, Sept 16), Mr Ivan Goh ("Women's game needs a leg-up"; Sept 16) and Mr Melvin Tan ("Singapore football: Look at the big picture"; Sept 16) for their letters. The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) appreciates the continued support of our local football fans. We are heartened that more coaches and players are being offered overseas opportunities and attachment stints; their enhanced development will further raise Singapore's footballing standards in the coming years.

WE THANK Mr Yeo Hock Yew ("All's not well with S'pore football"; Forum Online, Sept 11), Mr George Quek ("Foreign interest in our players augurs well for S'pore football"; Forum Online, Sept 16), Mr Ivan Goh ("Women's game needs a leg-up"; Sept 16) and Mr Melvin Tan ("Singapore football: Look at the big picture"; Sept 16) for their letters.

The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) appreciates the continued support of our local football fans.

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