Sing Tao SC
Sing Tao Sports Club (Chinese: 星島體育會) is a now defunct Hong Kong football club which was dissolved after the 1998-99 season. The team was established by Aw Hoe (胡好) in 1940 and made their first appearance in Hong Kong First Division League in 1940-41 season. The team reglated to Hong Kong Second Division League twice in 1962-63 and 1972-73 seasons. The team became professional in 1968-69. They were promoted to the First Division League again in 1987-88 and stayed until it was dissolved in 1999.
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... Player DoB Age Caps Club FW Chang King Hai ? Sing Tao SC 90 ... - - - GK Chang Pang Rum Jul 15, 29 ... ? Shangai Tung Hwa 90 ... - - - MF Chau Man Chi ? Sing Tao SC 90 ... - - - FW Chia Boon Leong ...
... See also CategorySing Tao SC players ... Cheung Chi Doy (張子岱) Cheung Chi Wai (張子慧) Yuen Kuen Yik (袁權益) Au Pang Lin (區彭年) Ho Yung Hing (何容興) Fok Pak Ling (霍柏寧) Au Wing Hung (區永鴻) Ho Yiu Keung (何耀強) Mike Trusson (卓臣) (1991–92) Paul Murray (林俊) (1991–94) Paul Masefield (馬錫菲) (1994–98) Harvey Lim (林俊) Glyn Hodges (1996–97) Lloyd McGrath (1994) Shaun Teale (1997–98) Darren Jackson (1995-96) Ralph Milne (米尼) (1992-??) Iain Hesford (希福特) (1996–97) Rudi Hedman (1996–97) Ian Muir (1996–97) Darren Collier Peter Guthrie (加夫利) (1991–93) John Moore (摩亞) (1992–97) Ian Docker Paul Wimbleton Nick Dent Didier Gigon Zeljko Gavrilović (加連奴域) (1996–99) ...
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