See Bee to make phoenix return
By UNUS ALLADIN
FORMER First Division club Sea Bee are planning a return to the top flight of Hong Kong soccer in the 1995-96 season.
According to Sea Bee chairman Lam Wai-wah, the club dismissed ideas of a return this season, which begins in September.
''We have until June 28 to announce our intentions to the executive committee of the Hong Kong Football Association but that's not enough time because we have to work out our budget, plans and many other things.'' Sea Bee were among First Division's stronger teams during the early and mid-80's and has been under the control of a host of different soccer personalities including Hong Kong Ladies Football Association president Veronica Chan.
The club folded during the late '80s.
Ernest Borel had taken up their registration but left it vacant when they folded two seasons ago.
Voicelink, another team who have since folded, were the last club to have Sea Bee's registration.
Meanwhile, AC Milan continued their winning ways when they defeated China's provincial team Liaoning 4-1 in Liaoning last night.
Two goals from Angelo Carbone and a goal apiece from former Yugoslav forward Dejan Savicevic and Fernando De Napoli sealed the issue for the European Cup and Italian Serie A champions.
Liaoning scored their consolation goal through Fu Bo.
AC Milan play Beijing tomorrow.