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First Division side Yau Tsim Mong and Premier League strugglers Wofoo Taipo met up on Friday evening for the curtain-raiser of this season’s FA Cup. Wofoo Taipo weathered the storm and came out victorious against the hard-working Yau Tsim Mong in a 4:2 win, advancing to the next round of the FA Cup.
Rounding out the weekend’s hectic schedule will be another first round clash in the FA Cup, as South China will take on Citizen in Kowloon Bay Park. Kick-off time will be at 5:30pm.
The FA Cup first round continues once again on Sunday afternoon with Wong Tai Sin and Southern meeting up in Tsing Yi Sports Ground. The game will start at 2:30pm.
Refer to the earlier announcement for the training squad and team schedule of the “AFC U-23 Championship 2016” Qualifiers, please kindly see the details of the updated schedule below:
The HKFA is keen to become more representative of the sport of football in Hong Kong and is encouraging applications from Clubs, leagues, individuals, associations, establishments and indeed all organisations that wish to contribute to football in Hong Kong. The only stipulation is that Members must be ‘primarily interested in the development of football or provide significant services to football’.
It is a rarity for players to stay with one club for more than a decade in modern football. That was why when news first broke out about South China’s long-serving left-back Kwok Kin-pong was loaned out by the club to, of all places arch-rival Eastern, it understandably sent a shockwave to local football fans.