Fung Ka Ki

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Fung Ka Ki
Personal information
Full name Fung Ka Ki
Date of birth (1977-09-19) September 19, 1977 (age 39)
Place of birth Hong Kong
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position (Former Right-back
and Centre-back)
Club information
Current team
Happy Valley
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1997–1998 Five-One-Seven
1998–2001 Instant-Dict
2001–2004 Buler Rangers
2003–2004 Kitchee (loan)
2004–2006 Kitchee
2006–2008 Rangers (HKG)
2008–09 Fourway
2008–09 Mutual (loan)
2010– Nailers Arms FC<
National team
1999 Hong Kong U-23
1998 Hong Kong
Teams managed
2009– Happy Valley (assistant manager)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of April 11, 2008.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of April 11, 2008
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Fung.

Fung Ka Ki (Chinese: 馮嘉奇; Jyutping: fung4 gaa1 kei4; born 19 September 1977 in Hong Kong) is a former professional Hong Kong football player. He was the team captain when he took part in 2000 Sydney Olympics Qualifiers, Hong Kong Rangers FC and Kitchee. He has also represented Hong Kong in FIFA international matches.

He is a football commentator in Cable TV Hong Kong since 2005, he mainly hosts program for Bundesliga and Premier League.

2006 Germany World Cup, Fung Ka Ki hosted the program “Around the World in 80 Days” for the cable TV Hong Kong. Inside the episode, Fung and his crew travel and visiting 6 continents, 32 World Cup finalist participating countries . It is believed that the duration of his around-the-world travel shooting is more than 100 days. However, his contract termination with Kitchee had been into debate, he as very few football player to take the initiative to resign.

2008 Beijing Olympic, Fung Ka Ki hosted the program "Four Little continues strong" for the cable TV Hong Kong. Inside the episode, Fung and his crew focus on the passing of the Olympic torch relay in China. They visited and interviewed all the provinces throughout China.

In 2010, Fung Ka Ki was hired by Birmingham International Holdings (Birmingham City FC) as finance officer, after the takeover of the club by Hong Kong businessman Carson Yeung. He was often spotted in the stands on matchdays, sitting behind Carson Yeung.

Club career[edit]

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Has recently signed for Bromsgrove District League Division Side, Nailers Arms FC. Manager Stuart Day stated that this represented one of the club's most important signings in their esteemed history.

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Personal information[edit]

Fung Ka Ki wrote and released a book, which is "Fung Ki's Football Journey", in August 2008. It is an autobiography of his life from his childhood days till 2008. It is published by Why Publishing. ISBN number: 978-962-678-532-4.[2]

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