Tuen Mun Progoal FC

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Tuen Mun Progoal
Tuen Mun Progoal crest.png
Full name Tuen Mun Progoal Football Club
Founded 2008
Advisor Hong Kong Yam Wai Hung
Coach China Qin Ming
League Hong Kong First Division
Not to be confused with Tuen Mun FC, a team in Hong Kong Third A Division League, and Tuen Mun SA, a team in Hong Kong First Division League

Tuen Mun Progoal Football Club (Chinese: 屯門普高足球會) is a Hong Kong football club, played in Hong Kong First Division League. It borrows the entities of Shek Kip Mei to compete in the Hong Kong First Division League 2008–09.

Match-fixing controversy[edit]

The Hong Kong Football Association founded 2005 that it will seek help from the Independent Commission Against Corruption over claims that the match between Happy Valley and Tuen Mun Progoal on 30 March 2009, in which Progoal conceded four goals in the last seven minutes and lost 1–5, was fixed.[1]

Expulsion from Hong Kong First Division League[edit]

The Hong Kong Football Association announced on 27 November 2009 that the club was expulsed from the league competition with immediate effect due to default in payments to players insurance to the HKFA. As a result, the club's remaining schedules (sans disciplinary record and which remains intact) have been declared vacant and the players are eligible for free transfers.

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{[1]} Chinese

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