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[Asian Cup 2007 Qualifiers] Uzbekistan 2:2 Hong Kong ... ... [Canon Cup 2006] Kitchee 1:1 Shanghai Shenhua (CHN)
Sham double earns Hong Kong a draw

A second-half brace from Sham Kwok Keung helped Hong Kong held Uzbekistan to a 2-2 draw in the AFC Asian Cup 2007 qualifiers in Tashkent last night. Anvarjon Soliev gave home side the lead on 18 minutes and Dynamo Kiev striker Maksim Shatskikh made it 2-0 on 35 minutes. However, substitute Sham Kwok-keung shocked the Uzbeks when he pulling one back in the 66th minute before leveling the score 3 minutes from full time. "Our defence made mistakes in the first half but we changed our style of play after the break and we were able to beat the Uzbekistan goalkeeper twice." Hong Kong head coach Lai Sun-cheung said. The draw put Hong Kong on four points and they meet Uzbekistan again at the Hong Kong Stadium on Sep 6. In another match, Qatar bagged 3 points as they thrashed Bangladesh 4-1.

Amaral ink deal as South China coach  

South China shown ambitions to crown all competition in new season by appointing Jorge Amaral as the new coach. Although it will be a great challenge, the former Benfica and FC Porto player expressed his expectation to re-build South China's dynasty in upcoming season. Meanwhile, South China introduced assistant coach Joao Festas and four new signing Andre Correia, Marco Almeida, Hugo Coelho and Detinho in the press conference. Besides, South China announced that they arranged four warm-up matches during a training camp in Qingyuan, Guangdong Province next week.

Akosah signs up for Kitchee

Cameroonian striker Julius Akosah has joined League Cup champions Kitchee on a one-year deal. Akosah impressed with his performance in the AFC Cup, which helped his former club Xiangxue Sun Hei advancing to the quarterfinals this year. Aksoah has started training with Kitchee last week. Meanwhile, Xiangxue Sun Hei has signed Northern Ireland striker Roy Essandoh to replace Akosah.

Rangers appointed Bredbury as new coach

Former Hong Kong International Timothy Bredbury has been named as the new coach of Rangers on a one-year deal. Hong Kong born Bredbury started his career in English Premiership club Liverpool. He returned to Hong Kong in 1983 and enjoyed a successful playing career as a striker with Seiko, Rangers, South China and Instant-Dict. He also scored 16 times in 38 appearances for Hong Kong team. "I am glad to be selected and I look forward to the challenge." Bredbury said. "I will ensure there is preparation and planning for Rangers."

Ng Wai-chiu hoping to recover in time 

Ng Wai-chiu was called up by Hong Kong team for the crucial Asian Cup qualifier against Uzbekistan on Aug 16. However, the Shanghai Shenhua defender suffered from a knee injury in a training session and missed out two Chinese Super League matches. Ng Wai-chiu hopes to be fit for the Hong Kong team's warm-up against Singapore on Aug 12. "The game against Uzbekistan is very important for us. I hope to fully recover for Hong Kong team in the Asian Cup qualifiers." Ng said.

Rangers will play Bolton in Pre-season warm-up 

Buler Rangers will play a friendly against English Premiership Club Bolton at the Hong Kong Stadium on Aug 5. Buler Rangers confirmed the friendly saying these will give their team crucial experience ahead of new season. "Our players will learn a lot from this match. I think this is a good preparation for new season." said Buler Rangers coach Qiu Jingwei.













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Xiangxue Sun Hei 26
Buler Rangers 24
Kitchee 21
Lanwa 17
at 29.4.2006



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at 3.5.2006



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