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SBD Global/November 4, 2013/International Football
South China Could Play In AFC Champions League Via Play-Off Spot
Published November 4, 2013
PITCH COMPLAINT: In Hong Kong, Chan Kin-wa wrote Kitchee General Manager Ken Ng Kin "slammed the government's policy of venue usage after watching his side scrape a 1-0 win over Royal Southern in the RedMR First Division" on Saturday. Frequent public use "had damaged the pitch and the Leisure and Cultural Services Department's remedial action was to spread sand on affected areas before the match" (SCMP, 11/3).