Steven Lo

Macau corruption trial of Hong Kong tycoons may be adjourned

The corruption trial of Hong Kong tycoons Joseph Lau Luen-hung and Steven Lo Kit-sing, which is due to start on Monday in Macau, may be adjourned over pre-trial hitches and an "impossible" court schedule.

Friday, 14 September, 2012, 2:59am

Official objects to funding policy

A senior official has called for the equal treatment of all clubs as the government prepares to give selected teams handouts for the new season.

3 Sep 2011 - 12:00am

New TV channel claims a 9-1 victory

The proposed 24-hour Hong Kong soccer channel will go ahead, despite one of the 10 First Division clubs refusing to contribute to the production fee.

Hong Kong Football Association vice-chairman Steven Lo Kit-sing said yesterday a deal would be concluded with Now TV next week, with a target date to begin broadcasting at the end of the month.

1 Sep 2011 - 12:00am

Alvin Sallay

Your dream, is my dream

You can always count me in, as a team

In red, no regrets

We are the 12th men of the match, we are the best

6 Feb 2011 - 12:00am

Caroliners hope Butt plays more than one game

Nicky Butt's tenure with South China could be as short as one game after the former Manchester United and England midfielder committed to joining the club for just one week.

The European Cup winner will play for the Caroliners against TSW Pegasus on November 30 at the end of the stint with the club, as he considers a longer-term contract with the multiple league champions.

22 Nov 2010 - 12:00am

Caroliners looking for '12th man' Cup boost

South China are banking on the support of their '12th man' to claim victory against Al Riffa of Bahrain in their AFC Cup round-of-16 match at the Hong Kong Stadium tonight.

Team convenor Steven Lo Kit-sing is expecting more than 25,000 fans to support the home side - a weapon he believes can influence the result.

11 May 2010 - 12:00am

FA lands HK$8 million cash boost

A HK$8 million windfall in television fees awaits the Hong Kong Football Association for their three home matches in the 2011 Asian Cup qualifiers, but the fans may not be happy.

The deal was offered by a Japan television station, with Hong Kong versus Japan on November 18 as its main target. Hong Kong also host Bahrain and Yemen in group A of the qualifying tournament.

14 Oct 2009 - 12:00am

First it was books and comics, now pseudo-models aim for big screen

First it was shocking television adverts, racy photo albums and sexing up the Book Fair and the Ani-Com and Games Fair. Now pseudo-models are heading for the big screen.

8 Aug 2009 - 12:00am

South China revel in extra income

South China have bagged a staggering HK$10 million sponsorship deal for the coming Hong Kong First Division campaign after an astounding 2006-07 season when they swept three major titles.

1 Sep 2007 - 12:00am

Caroliners axe new coach even before he has taken over

South China have fired new Portuguese coach Joaquim Monteiro - before he has taken a single training session.

Club convenor Steven Lo Kit-shing said yesterday Monteiro had demanded a lump sum of money to get himself released immediately from club commitments in Portugal.

6 Jul 2007 - 12:00am

Caroliners press government for more support

Newly crowned Coolpoint Ventilation First Division champions South China hope yesterday's victory parade can impress on the government the need to do more for the sport.

29 Apr 2007 - 12:00am

Au wants to go out on a high

Reigning Footballer of the Year Au Wai-lun hopes South China's bolstered line-up for this season will help him depart the domestic scene on a high note.

The 35-year-old striker admitted yesterday that he would quit soccer at the end of the season, which kicks off tomorrow, after a career of almost 20 years.

1 Sep 2006 - 12:00am

Aw Hoe Cup side lineup on hold

SELECTORS have been forced to delay naming the Rest of the League squad to face champions Eastern in the Aw Hoe Cup charity clash at Mongkok Stadium tomorrow . . . because the team manager Benny Tang Kar-hung is away on business.

10 Sep 1993 - 12:00am

Cash lure for Hongkong World Cup stay-aways

HONGKONG soccer chiefs are ready to set up a $750,000 prize fund in an effort to entice stay-away players back into the territory's World Cup squad.

Hongkong Football Association chairman Victor Hui Chun-fui has already promised $200,000 of his own money to start the ball rolling and other senior soccer officials are prepared to chip in large sums.

7 Apr 1993 - 12:00am