Former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton has slammed recent reports that he could not kick a ball as 'a load of rubbish'. Shilton, who has been released from English Third Division side Leyton Orient, arrived in the territory yesterday to play as a guest for Hong Kong Second Division side Yee Hope in their quarter-final FA Cup match against Instant-Dict tonight at Mongkok Stadium. The 47-year-old, who played a record 125 games for England, and was last here in March when a guest for Golden against Brazilian side Mineiro, said: 'Those reports [about my kicking] are a load of rubbish. It has been blown out of proportion.' Shilton has met the 48-hour registration deadline to play tonight, having had his application processed by the Hong Kong Football Association last week. Yee Hope will be spearheaded by former Club striker Andy Mitchell. Sanchez, now 38, played for Rayo Vallencano in Spain, Dallas Burn in the United States, America and Atlante in Mexico and Linz in Austria after leaving Real Madrid, where he won the Spanish championship five times and the UEFA Cup once.