South China’s Nikola Komazec: “Living through war and conflict made me stronger”

The true mark of successful person is often not the image they portray to the watching world; it is often the struggles and obstacles they have overcome with persistence to reach their desired destination. When faced with challenges, a person can either be cynical or world-weary or friendly and full of positivity. Luckily, Nikola Komazec, is […]

Kitchee’ Juan Belencoso compares the Hong Kong league with Spain and Portugal’s

Kitchee’s perennial hitman and goal machine, Juan Belencoso has been striking fear into the heart of many a defender in Hong Kong and across the Asia Pacific for several years now. His goals have consistently ensured success for Kitchee and last year, this culminated in the club winning the domestic treble and cemented his name […]

Hong Kong Round-Up: Cheers and Jeers on a Historical Night in Hong Kong

Hong Kong and China Draw Nil All in Epic Encounter  November 17th saw Hong Kong finally face China and it was billed as the “Game of the decade” if not the century. The eagerly awaited Hong Kong versus China match definitely lived up to it’s billing as a night of high drama, intensity and passion […]

“Hong Kong’s top clubs can play in CSL with financial backing” – former Kitchee boss Jose Molina

Hong Kong correspondent Christopher KL Lau brings his regular round-up of all the very latest news, developments and other footballing points of interest from the SAR.… He came, he saw and he conquered! Jose Molina, the now former manager of Kitchee had an incredible season in Hong Kong as he swept  up a treble of […]

Hong Kong Round-Up: National team falls short against Qatar, Hangs on against dominant China

Hong Kong correspondents Christopher KL Lau and JRP Borthwick bring their regular round-up of all the very latest news, developments and other footballing points of interest from the SAR. Hong Kong Launch Brave Fightback in Five Goal Thriller against Qatar – Hong Kong 2 Qatar 3 The Hong Kong faithful turned up to Mong Kok […]