Fung Chi Ming
|Full name||Fung Chi Ming|
|Date of birth||13 January 1951|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Fung Chi Ming (Chinese: 馮志明; Jyutping: fung4 zi3 ming4, born 13 January 1951) is a retired Hong Kong football player. He played the position of a striker or right winger and won the Hong Kong First Division League Best Scorer Award twice in 1976-77 and 77-78.
He got famous when he played in South China. In 1978-79, together with his teammates Choi York Yee and Chan Sai Kau, they moved to Happy Valley by each signing a big contract of HKD$5,500 per month. However, Fung could not maintain his form and moved back to South China after two seasons.
- From a Chinese book 香港代表隊龍虎榜, published in the 1970s.
- HKFA Website 一場扣人心弦的亞洲盃賽事─香港對北韓 (in Chinese)
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