Hong Kong football headed in “right direction” according to HKFA head Sutcliffe

Mark Sutcliffe is the man tasked with raising the profile of the beautiful game in Hong Kong and by all accounts he is doing a fine job. The inaugural season of the Hong Kong Premier League saw higher attendance and a four team race for the title while Hong Kong’s World Cup qualifiers have been […]

In A League Of Her Own: Betty Wong, Hong Kong Women’s National Team Manager – An Exclusive Interview

Passion and pride to take the Hong Kong women’s national football team to the highest levels as well as to develop the game further at grassroots level in the city is what motivates Betty Wong everyday. After a distinguished playing career as one of Hong Kong’s top female footballers and athletes, her goal is to […]

Addo: Promotion a must for Wuhan in 2015

Centre back Ransford Addo arrived in China over three years ago, tasked with aiding an ambitious Shanghai East Asia (now SIPG FC) side in their quest for promotion to the highest level of Chinese professional football – the Chinese Super League. Having succeeded in doing just that in his first season with the club, the defender, […]

Interview: Macena talks Chinese football, Guangzhou R&F and life at Buriram

After three seasons in Chinese football, Gilberto Macena headed for pastures new this off-season, joining Thai Premier League giants Buriram United. Yet, just four games into his new career, he returns to China as his side take on Guangzhou R&F in the AFC Champions League on Tuesday. (*Article first published in Chinese language on Hupu.com) […]

From La Liga to Hong Kong – Kitchee’s Jose Molina

In an another exclusive interview, Jose Molina discusses his time at Kitchee, his past heroics in La Liga and driving Kitchee into the Asian Champions League. Hong Kong is an unique city where you can meet many special individuals from all walks of life whom have an incredible story to tell but it is not often […]