Fung Chi Ming

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Fung Chi Ming
Personal information
Full name Fung Chi Ming
Date of birth (1951-01-13) 13 January 1951 (age 66)
Playing position Forward
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1972–1978 South China
1978–1980 Happy Valley
1980–1984 South China
1985–1986 Sea Bee
1987–1988 Po Chai
1988–1989 Tin Tin
1989–1990 Sea Bee
1990–1991 Martini
National team
Hong Kong
* 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[1]) 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.

Nicknamed "Fung Little" (馮細), he was called the 3A's of Hong Kong national football team together with Wan Chi Keung and Sze Kin Hei.

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.

References[edit]

  1. ^ From a Chinese book 香港代表隊龍虎榜, published in the 1970s.

External links[edit]

  • HKFA Website 一場扣人心弦的亞洲盃賽事─香港對北韓 (in Chinese)