Xu Deshuai

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Xu Deshuai
HK XuDeshuai HKG vs JPN 2009EAG.JPG
Xu Deshuai in the Gold medal match of the football tournament at the 2009 East Asian Games
Personal information
Full name Xu Deshuai
Date of birth (1987-07-13) 13 July 1987 (age 27)
Place of birth Dalian, Liaoning, China
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position Midfielder
Club information
Current team
Kitchee
Number 28
Youth career
2004–2005 Dalian Shide
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2004–2008 Dalian Shide 0 (0)
2005–2008 Citizen (loan) 31 (0)
2008–2010 Citizen 37 (8)
2010–2012 South China 26 (4)
2012–2013 Pegasus 17 (2)
2013– Kitchee 6 (0)
Total 117 (14)
National team
2005–2006 China U-19 3 (1)
2008– Hong Kong 12 (2)
2009–2010 Hong Kong U-23 8 (1)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 5 April 2013.

† Appearances (Goals).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 22 March 2013
Xu Deshuai
Traditional Chinese 徐德帥
Simplified Chinese 徐德帅
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Xu ().

Xu Deshuai (born (1987-07-13)13 July 1987) is a Chinese-born and Hong Kong professional footballer, who is currently playing for Kitchee in Hong Kong. He was born in Dalian but represents Hong Kong in international competition. He was a member of the Hong Kong East Asian Games football team in 2009 who won the East Asian Games gold medal.

He wears number 8 for China U-19, Citizen, Hong Kong, Hong Kong U-23, South China and Pegasus. Because of this, Hong Kong football fans commonly use Xu 8 as a nickname for him.

Early life[edit]

Xu Deshuai was born on (1987-07-13)13 July 1987 in Dalian, China. He is the only child in his family.[1] His mother was primary school teacher but Xu Deshuai hates study. Thus, he left school after secondary education in Dalian to switched to Dalian Shide's youth academy under his mother's oppositional idea.[2] His mother abandoned interference after the school teacher had told her that Deshuai has potential in football, so her mother support his football career very much after that.[1]

Club career[edit]

Dalian Shide[edit]

Xu Deshuai began his football career at Dalian with Dalian Shide's youth academy. His potential was quickly identified by First team in 2004.[3] For Xu Deshuai's first senior season in China, he was only named in the substitutes list for two matches and made no appearances. The two games he was listed on the substitutes list were in November 2004; the match against Shanghai Shenhua on 11 November, and against Tianjin Teda on 24 November.[4] He was sent to the field in the match, which held on 11 November, on the 91st-minute.[5] He came off the bench at the last moment of the game so the report did not show that.[6]

Since Dalian Shide and Citizen organised a project, Dalian Shide sent some youth players to Citizen. In 2005, Xu Deshuai was sent to Hong Kong, with other team-mates such as Chao Pengfei and Ju Yingzhi.[7]

He was called up by Dalian Shide U19 for the 2006 China U19 Champions Cup, and the team won the championship.[8] After the tournament, he returned to Hong Kong side Citizen again with Wang Xuanhong.[3]

Citizen[edit]

Xu Deshuai made his debut in Hong Kong in the 2005–06 season. His first domestic league match was on 15 October against Kitchee.[9] He came on in the 71st-minute as a substitute for So Yiu Man in a 3–0 away defeat.[9] He expressed disappointment about always being used as a substitute.[10] He went back to Dalian over the summer where he made five appearances.[9]

In the 2007–08 season, Xu Deshuai established himself as a regular first team player, making 15 appearances in 18 league matches.[11] He helped Citizen to win the 2007–08 Hong Kong FA Cup; during which he appeared in every game.[12] This was the first top-level domestic cup won by Citizen since the club's founding in 1947. This earned him an official transfer to Citizen in summer 2008.

Xu Deshuai was appointed as one of the vice-captains of Citizen in 2008. He started two matches as captain in the 2008–09 season.[13] Xu Deshuai scored both his first and second senior career goal in the match against Hong Kong Sheffield United on 2 May 2009.[13] He finished the season with 7 goals in 23 matches.[13] He was named 2009 Hong Kong Top Footballers of the Year.[14]

Despite many transfer rumours regarding Xu Deshuai in winter 2009, Citizen football department director Pui Ho Wang said that Xu Deshuai is a "not-for-sale item" at the club.[15]

In a Senior Shield match on Boxing Day in 2009, Xu Deshuai and Fung Kai Hong verbally abused the referee Gary Wong Po On after a controversial decision.[16] He was subsequently banned for four club matches from 12 January 2010.[16][17] Xu Deshuai returned in the league match against Sun Hei on 12 March 2010, coming on as a substitute at the 64th-minute for Citizen team-mate Wong Yiu Fu and scored a goal during second half injury time.[18]

Xu Deshuai named Hong Kong Top Footballers of the Year again after 2009–10 season.[19] In the ceremony, chairman of South China Steven Lo said Xu Deshuai became a member of his team in the 2010–11 season.[20]

South China[edit]

2010–11[edit]

Xu Deshuai in a match against Sun Hei on 18 September 2010

Xu Deshuai signed with South China on 1 June 2010 since he believes it is suitable time for him to start a new career in a big club liked South China at 22 years of age.[21][22] He want to get more honours in South China and he takes the AFC Cup as his first target in club.[20][21][22] His first official match for South China was a league match on 4 September 2010.[23] Xu Deshuai was the starting player in the game as South China inflicted a 2–0 defeat over his former club Citizen.[23]

The league match against Sun Hei on 18 September 2010 is the 100th official match of Xu Deshuai's career. In the match, he took a corner kick which was converted into the first goal by Chan Siu Ki.[24] In the end, South China defeated Sun Hei by 2–1 and moved to the top of league table.[24][25]

After the 2010 Asian Games, Xu Deshuai returned to the club but he played in a new role deep-lying playmaker to spare the right-winger position for Lee Wai Lim. In the league match against Kitchee on 11 December 2010, Xu Deshuai was sent off for a challenge on Jordi Tarrés.[26] South China lost the game by 3–4 and suffered its first defeat of the 2010–11 season.[26] Xu Deshuai was blamed by the fans after the match.

2010–11 Hong Kong Senior Challenge Shield semi-final matches held at Christmas in 2010 and one of two is the first game of Xu Deshuai after suspension. He was the starting player of the team in the semi-final match against Sun Hei.[27] He delivered a corner to Bai He at 51 minutue and Bai He headed in the goal.[28] South China advanced to the final after the 3–0 victory.[27][28]

In a League Cup quarter-final match on 9 January 2011, Xu scored at the 10-minute by a pass from Lau Nim Yat. Unluckily, Xu was injured and substituted at the 42-minute.[29] So, he missed the final of Senior Challenge Shield.[30] Furthermore, South China lost the final by penalty shootout to his former club Citizen.[31]

Two months later, Xu made his league debut after injury on 31 March in a 3–1 defeat to former club Citizen.[32][33] In the match, Xu scored at the 78-minute after coming on as a substitute just 7 minutes before.[34] Caretaker coach of South China Chan Ho Yin said Xu's recovery could raise the competitiveness of the team and it was a good news before Hong Kong derby.[33] But South China lost the derby by 2 goals on 3 April even though Xu Deshuai came on the field at the 32-minute.[35]

South China has won League Cup and FA Cup in the season, but failed in 2012 AFC Cup qualifying.[36] Xu Deshuai played over 800 minutes in league match, less than last season in Citizen, and scored 4 goals.

2011–12[edit]

New coach Ján Kocian appointed Xu Deshuai as a box-to-box midfielder and played as one of playmakers with captain Li Haiqiang but he could not have a good performance.[37][38] After a downturn of South China, Xu returned to play as a right winger and he scored in the shield match which defeated Sham Shui Po. Ironically, Xu had a mistake which cause Fong Pak Lun scored at the 78-minute in this game.[39] In a league game against Wofoo Tai Po on 3 December 2011, Xu Deshuai scored by an assist made by Chan Siu Ki and made an assist for Chan Siu Ki. It led South China to win the game by 3 goals.[40]

In Lunar New Year, South China held a friendly four-team mid-season tournament 2012 Asian Challenge Cup and Xu played both semi-final and third place match in the event. However, South China got the fourth place.[41]

In following days of the season, South China was eliminated in 2011–12 Hong Kong League Cup and 2011–12 Hong Kong FA Cup, also by Kitchee SC.[42][43] For the 2011–12 Hong Kong First Division League, Xu finished his second season with South China as 3rd place in the league and failed in 2013 AFC Cup qualifying again.[44] As the result, Xu left from South China after the season.

Pegasus[edit]

Xu Deshuai playing for Sun Pegasus

TSW Pegasus reformed after 2011–12 season and renamed as Sun Pegasus. Xu had agreed terms with the Pegasus for his transfer and the coach Chan Chi Hong claimed that Xu would be a leader of the team even though he is just a young player.[45]

In the team, Xu had more opportunities in his habitual position, the right midfield, so his performance became better much.[46] However, Pegasus ranked the 8th in the league table of the first division after week 9, the mid of the season. Xu scored the 1–1 equaliser in a league match against Southern District on 19 January 2013 and earned a valuable point in their race to once again escape from First Division League relegation.[47] Pegasus made consecutive games undefeated after this match.[48]

Before the New Territories derby in FA Cup against Wofoo Tai Po, some media in Hong Kong believe Xu waould be the Pegasus's key to winning the match.[46] As expected, Xu scored the only goal in the 77th minute of the 1st leg FA Cup match.[49] Pegasus finally beat Tai Po and advanced to the final of the FA Cup.

Kitchee[edit]

Xu Deshuai joined Kitchee from fellow First Division club Sun Pegasus for an undisclosed fee on 30 May 2013, since Kitchee qualified for 2013 AFC Cup quarter-finals and the team would strengthen their squad with local player.[50]

International career[edit]

China U-19[edit]

Jia Xiuquan was appointed as head coach of China national youth football team for preparing 2008 Olympic Games and he started his planning after 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship. He selected Xu Deshuai for training section for a four-nation mini-tournament Grand Royal Challenge Cup in Burma in 2005.[51] However, he did not go to Burma for the tournament.[51]

Xu Deshuai was called up by the China national under-19 football team between 11 and 15 April in 2006 for a four-nation mini-tournament 24th Torneio International do Porto in Portugal. He scored a goal in the match against Portugal.[52][53]

He also was called up to China's U-19 squad for the game against Japan's U-20 national team on 26 April 2006,[54] but he did not enter the match.[55]

As of 27 November 2009

Hong Kong[edit]

2008–09[edit]

Xu Deshuai (white) and Samir Naik (orange) in friendly Hong Kong against India in 2009

Although Xu Deshuai was born in Mainland China, he played in Hong Kong continuously for two years he is eligible for the Hong Kong national football team. He was selected by Goran Paulić and Dejan Antonić for the Hong Kong team at the end of 2008, to prepare for 2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification.[61] His first game was a friendly against Macau where Hong Kong achieved a 9–1 win.[62]

He starred in the 2009 Guangdong–Hong Kong Cup, scoring his first goal for Hong Kong by a direct free kick to help Hong Kong secure a 4–1 victory at home and a 5–4 aggregate win over the Guangdong representative team.[63]

Xu Deshuai missed the 2010 East Asian Football Championship semi-final competition because new Hong Kong head coach Kim Pan-Gon, manager of South China selected only South China players at the Hong Kong Football Association's invitation. This aroused discontent by Hong Kong supporters but did not result in any change in the composition of the squad.[64][65]

2009–10[edit]

Kim Pan-Gon selected Xu Deshuai for two AFC Asian Cup qualifying matches against Japan in October and November 2009. However, he did not appear in either match and Hong Kong lost by 10 goals to zero in these two matches. In January 2010, he missed the AFC Asian Cup qualifying matches again due to his Chinese passport requiring a visa to enter Bahrain immigration.[66] Hong Kong lost the game against Bahrain by 4 goals.[66]

Xu Deshuai was selected by Yan Lik Kin for the 2010 Guangdong–Hong Kong Cup. Xu Deshuai's corner kick assisted Julius Akosah to score the first goal in the first leg. Hong Kong won the first leg 2:1. In the second leg Hong Kong experienced difficulty with Xu Deshuai missing the match due to illness and Akosah being sent off with a red card during the match. Hong Kong subsequently lost the match 0:2.[67]

Xu was also a member of the Hong Kong squad for the 2010 East Asian Football Championship final competition because of his performance in the 2009 East Asian Games.[68] Nevertheless, Xu Deshuai didn't start in the first game against South Korea and came on to the field on the 85th-minute after Hong Kong had already given up four goals.[69][70] He played in the starting line-up in the second game against Japan. Xu Deshuai hit a dangerous-looking direct free kick caught by Seigo Narazaki in second half.[71] Hong Kong also lost by 3 goals.[72] He wasted a scoring opportunity during first half of the game against China.[73]

2010–11[edit]

Hong Kong team had recondition before 2010–11 season and Hong Kong coach Tsang Wai Chung selected Xu Deshuai for the training session.[74] He missed friendly against India since was selected for 2010 Long Teng Cup in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

Hong Kong Football Association entered the Hong Kong team in the Long Teng Cup organised by Chinese Taipei Football Association to prepare for the Asian Games. Xu Deshaui was selected for as a member of the squad.[75] The first match for Hong Kong was against Philippines national football team, but heavy rain caused the game to be abandoned.[76] Xu Deshuai scored the second goal of the match in the re-match played on 9 October 2010.[77] He scored a goal again in the next game against Macau national football team on 10 October 2010.[78] He also played in the last match of the tournament and Hong Kong drew with Chinese Taipei national football team. Hong Kong became the first winners of the Long Teng Cup.[79]

At the end of the season, Xu was recalled for the friendly against Malaysia in Siu Sai Wan Sports Ground,[80] but he left the team due to injury.[81]

Xu Deshuai playing for Hong Kong national football team in 2013

2011–12[edit]

After a year leave, Xu went back to Hong Kong team for 2012 Guangdong-Hong Kong Cup. He was a start up player in the 1st leg game on 28 December 2011 but he was tightly marked by Cantonese and did not make any score and assist.[82] Caretaker coach Liu Chun Fai let fast-speed Jaimes McKee take the place of Xu in the 2nd leg.[83] In the match, any thing did not be changed and Hong Kong still drew with Guangdong team. Xu was come off beach at 61-minute and Hong Kong won by penalty shoot-out.[84]

Having stepped down as South China player in this season, Xu was dropped completely from the Hong Kong national team selected by new coach Ernie Merrick. Merrick claimed that he was looking to go in a different direction with the team, although Merrick eventually opted to employ striker Jaimes McKee in the right side.

2012–13[edit]

On 16 March 2013, Kim Pan-Gon announced that Xu would be recalled to the Hong Kong squad for the 2015 AFC Asian Cup qualification against Vietnam.[85] In the match, Xu was sent to the patch in the 58th minute. He made some cross passes and long range shoots during the game but did not create any change and Hong Kong won the Vietnam team by one goal.[86]

In the Hong Kong team training session before friendly match against Philippines team on 7 June 2013, Kim Pan-Gon explain the wedding of Xu is reason that Xu was not in the squad, and he would be an important member of Hong Kong team in Asian Cup qualification.[87]

As of 22 March 2013

Hong Kong U23[edit]

2009 East Asian Games[edit]

Xu Deshuai (No.8 with Red shirt) laced Leung Chun Pong in the Gold medal match of the football tournament at the 2009 East Asian Games

Since Xu Deshuai was 22 years-old in 2009, Hong Kong East Asian Games football team coach Kim Pan-Gon selected him for the 2009 East Asian Games. On 4 December 2009, he scored a goal to cap a historic 4–1 victory over Korea Republic.[101][102] He had a wonderful performance in the semi-final match against Korea DPR on 10 December.[103] In the final, Xu Deshuai made an assist for Chan Siu Ki to score in the second half. The goal gave the team a 1–1 draw and subsequently Hong Kong defeated Japan 4–2 in a penalty shootout.[104][105] The tournament was won by Hong Kong, who claimed their first international football tournament title.[105]

2010 Asian Games[edit]

In September 2010, Hong Kong Asian Games football team was formed by Tsang Wai Chung for 2010 Asian Games. Xu Deshuai was one of the members of last 20 players for the Asian Games.[106] He played all the 90 minutes in the first game of the tournament drew with United Arab Emirates on 7 November 2010.[107][108] In the second game won Uzbekistan on 9 November, Xu Deshuai had highset number of shoots of the Hong Kong and made the corner before winning goal.[109][110] He made an assist for Au Yeung Yiu Chung in first half of the last group stage match against Bangladesh on 11 November 2010.[111][112][113] Bangladesh lose the game by 4–1 and Hong Kong advanced to the knockout stage.[111][113][114] This is the first time that Hong Kong qualified to the knockout stage in 52 years.[112][113]

Hong Kong national football team were invited by Olympic Committee of Hong Kong to stand for Hong Kong in boat parade event named Setting Sail in opening ceremony.[115] Coach Tsang selected captain Chan Wai Ho, vice-captain Lee Chi Ho, Xu Deshuai and other 5 members to the boat.[116] Nevertheless, Hong Kong was losing by 3–0 to Oman later and failed to reach the quarter finals.[117][118] Hong Kong team changed the form from defensive to offensive but right-winger Xu and left-winger Chan Man Fai were marked successfully by Omani in the match.[118]

As of 15 November 2010

Honours[edit]

Club[edit]

Dalian Shide
Citizen
South China
Kitchee

International[edit]

Hong Kong
Hong Kong U23

Individual[edit]

Statistics[edit]

Club statistics[edit]

As of 5 April 2013
Club performance League Cup League Cup Continental Total
Season Club League Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
China PR League FA Cup CSL Cup Asia Total
2004 Dalian Shide Super League 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2005 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0
Hong Kong League FA Cup & Shield League Cup Asia Total
2005–06 Citizen First Division 5 0 1 0 4 0 - 10 0
2006–07 11 0 2 0 4 0 - 17 0
2007–08 15 0 5 0 3 0 - 23 0
2008–09 22 5 3 2 3 0 - 28 7
2009–10 15 3 5 0 - - 20 3
2010–11 South China First Division 12 1 3 1 2 1 4 1 21 4
2011–12 14 3 3 1 2 0 - 19 4
2012–13 Pegasus First Division 17 2 6 1 - - 23 3
2013–14 Kitchee First Division 6 0 0 0 - 4 1 10 1
Total China PR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hong Kong 117 14 28 5 18 1 8 2 171 22
Career total 117 14 28 5 18 1 8 2 171 22

International statistics[edit]

As of 22 March 2013
National team Club Season Apps Goals
Hong Kong Citizen 2008–09 4 0
2009–10 4 0
South China 2010–11 3 2
2011–12 0 0
Pegasus 2012–13 1 0
Kitchee 2013–14 0 0
Total 12 2

Personal life[edit]

He met his wife in Dalian and their wedding was held in June 2013.[1][87] She was a student of the Hong Kong Institute of Education when he was playing for Citizen and South China.[2] Mahjong is the most interest of Xu Deshuai. Xu's parents live in Dalian.[1] He was lived in Wan Chai on Hong Kong Island with Chao Pengfei and Ju Yingzhi before he started play for South China.[2] He always play Mahjong with his friend after his they came to Hong Kong.[1] Xu lived with his wife in Kowloon since he played for South China.[1]

He cannot speak either Cantonese or English and speaks in Putonghua only. For this, he said it is not a problem in Hong Kong because most of Hong Kong people understand Putonghua and his team-mates translate Putonghua to English for his coaches, such as Kim Pan-Gon. He said that he loves Hong Kong for its good surroundings and for allowing him to play football.[1][2][119][120]

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  64. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 南華代港出征當練兵惹爭議 羅傑承:足總邀請「捱義氣」 球迷擬機場攔截抗議, Ming Pao, 9 August 2009
  65. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 全南班港隊抗議聲中赴台, Ming Pao, 20 August 2009
  66. ^ a b (traditional Chinese (HK)) 港足狂吞巴林4蛋, Ming Pao, 8 January 2010
  67. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 港足雖敗猶榮, Oriental Daily News, 3 January 2010
  68. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 港隊決出廿三人名單, U-SOCCER, 28 January 2010
  69. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 2010東亞盃 南韓 5:0 香港 (2010/02/07), U-SOCCER, 8 February 2010
  70. ^ S Korea bring HK down to earth, South China Morning Post, 8 February 2010
  71. ^ Japan thrash Hong Kong, The Independent, 12 February 2010
  72. ^ Japan breezes past Hong Kong, Agence France-Presse, FIFA, 11 February 2010
  73. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 兩球挫港隊 壓韓日捧盃 國足威番鋪, Sing Pao, 15 February 2010
  74. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 香港足隊公布31人長期集訓, Ta Kung Pao, 24 July 2010
  75. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 2010龍騰盃 香港亞運足球代表隊 – 補選球員事宜, Hong Kong Football Association, 5 October 2010
  76. ^ (Chinese (Taiwan)) 龍騰杯足賽/大雨一直下 球浮水面上, United Daily News, 8 October 2010
  77. ^ (Chinese (Taiwan)) 《龍騰盃》菲律賓反撲無功 香港2球勝出, Chinese Taipei Football Association, 9 October 2010
  78. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 高雄龍騰盃足球賽:港隊大變陣4:0 炒澳門, Sing Pao, 10 October 2010
  79. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 高雄龍騰盃足球賽:12碼逼和台北 港隊勇奪龍騰盃, Sing Pao, 13 October 2010
  80. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 國際友誼賽 – 香港 對 馬來西亞 香港代表隊 – 名單公佈, Hong Kong Football Association, 24 May 2011
  81. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 國際友誼賽 – 香港 對 馬來西亞 香港代表隊 – 補選事宜, Hong Kong Football Association, 30 May 2011
  82. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 第31屆省港盃首回合 廣東 3:1 香港, The Hong Kong Football Association, 29 December 2011
  83. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 港隊防反戰術求奪省港盃, Sing Tao Daily, 1 January 2012
  84. ^ (simplified Chinese) 香港队夺得省港杯冠军, Dalian Daily, 2 January 2012
  85. ^ Hong Kong Representative Team – Training Squad, Hong Kong Football Association, 16 March 2013
  86. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 【體育消息】亞洲盃外圍賽 香港險勝越南, Shuo Online, 23 March 2013
  87. ^ a b (traditional Chinese (HK)) 港足開操備戰國際賽 徐德帥因結婚落選, Tai Kung Po, 8 June 2013
  88. ^ 31st Guangdong-HK Cup – Match Results, Hong Kong Football Association, 1 January 2009
  89. ^ 31st Guangdong-HK Cup – Match Results, Hong Kong Football Association, 4 January 2009
  90. ^ Inter'l Friendly Match – Match Results, Hong Kong Football Association, 14 January 2009
  91. ^ Asian Cup Qualifier 2011 (Group A) – Match Results, Hong Kong Football Association, 21 January 2009
  92. ^ AFC Asian Cup Qatar 2011 – Match Summary, Asian Football Confederation, 28 January 2009
  93. ^ 32nd Guangdong-HK Cup – Match Results, Hong Kong Football Association, 29 December 2009
  94. ^ 32nd Guangdong-HK Cup – Match Results, Hong Kong Football Association, 2 January 2010
  95. ^ EAFF Championship 2010 Final Competition – Match Results, Hong Kong Football Association, 2 January 2010
  96. ^ EAFF Championship 2010 Final Competition – Match Results, Hong Kong Football Association, 11 January 2010
  97. ^ EAFF Championship 2010 Final Competition – Match Results, Hong Kong Football Association, 14 January 2010
  98. ^ Asian Cup Qualifier 2011 (Group A) – Match Results, Hong Kong Football Association, 3 March 2010
  99. ^ 34th Guangdong-HK Cup – Match Results, Hong Kong Football Association, 28 December 2011
  100. ^ 34th Guangdong-HK Cup – Match Results, Hong Kong Football Association, 1 January 2012
  101. ^ Games shock as unfancied HK crush Koreans, The Standard, 3 December 2009
  102. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 領港隊炒A貨南韓 陳七淚別東亞運, Apple Daily, 4 December 2009
  103. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 12碼贏北韓 決賽鬥日本 港足創傳奇, Apple Daily, 11 December 2009
  104. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 三代球員同心 為香港爭口氣, Ming Pao, 12 December 2009
  105. ^ a b East Asian Games: Hong Kong shock Japan to win football final, MediaCorp Channel NewsAsia, 12 December 2009
  106. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 香港亞運代表隊 名單公佈, Hong Kong Football Association, 28 Octcber 2010
  107. ^ Men's Pool Matches Group E Match 3, Guangzhou Asian Games Organizing Committee, 7 November 2010
  108. ^ (simplified Chinese) 亚运会男足E组:中亚狼大胜 阿联酋1–1中国香港, NetEase, 7 November 2010
  109. ^ Men's Pool Matches Group E Match 15, Guangzhou Asian Games Organizing Committee, 9 November 200
  110. ^ (simplified Chinese) 亚运男足E组:陈伟豪绝杀 中国香港1–0出线在望, NetEase, 9 November 2010
  111. ^ a b (simplified Chinese) 中国香港新星3脚射门进2球 精良射术国奥汗颜, NetEase, 11 November 2010
  112. ^ a b (traditional Chinese (HK)) 半世紀來港足首次亞運晉級, Ming Pao, 11 November 2010
  113. ^ a b c Hong Kong finally qualify, champions Qatar follow, Agence France-Presse, FIFA, 11 November 2010
  114. ^ Men's Pool Matches Group E Match 26, Guangzhou Asian Games Organizing Committee, 11 November 2010
  115. ^ Football heroes score as Games kick-off arrives, The Standard, 12 November 2010
  116. ^ (traditional Chinese (HK)) 為港爭光受表揚 將開幕榮登彩船, Oriental Daily News, 12 November 2010
  117. ^ HK footballers crash out of Asian Games, Radio Television Hong Kong, 16 November 2010
  118. ^ a b (simplified Chinese) 亚运男足:侯赛因2球 中国香港0–3阿曼无缘八强, NetEase, 15 November 2010
  119. ^ (simplified Chinese) 大连球员效力香港自谦二流却亨纯粹足球, Ku6.com, Shanghai Media Group Sports Channel, 9 December 2009
  120. ^ (simplified Chinese) 国援徐德帅夺冠连呼想不到 不回实德只想留港, NetEase, 13 December 2009

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