At least 51 per cent of tickets for soccer matches at the Hong Kong Stadium should be made available to the public, Democratic Party legislator Fred Li Wah-ming proposed yesterday. His proposal came following a public outcry over the allocation of tickets for next month's match between English Premier League champions Manchester United and Hong Kong giants South China. Only 7,000 out of a total of 40,000 tickets were sold to the general public. The remaining tickets were distributed to clients of a credit card company and to other sponsors and organisers. The Urban Council and Hong Kong Stadium managers, Wembley International, met yesterday to discuss what policy should be taken for ticket allocation for future exhibition matches. Li said at least 51 per cent of tickets should be reserved for the public - in line with ticket allocation for most functions at the Hong Kong Coliseum in Hung Hom. Tickets for the Manchester United game on July 20 were snapped up in a buying frenzy never before seen for a soccer match in Hong Kong. Only 20 per cent of the seats were reserved for public sale and spectators were limited to four tickets each. Meanwhile, the reigning Hong Kong Footballer of the Year, Ricky Cheng Siu-chung, said he would keep his mind on the job when he leads South China in the League Grand Final against Instant-Dict, despite reports suggesting he will join the Dickies next season. Cheng is one of at least three South China players who will be playing their last game for the Caroliners tomorrow. The former Costa Rican youth international had signed a personal contract with former Happy Valley chairman Martin Hong Po-kui, who is said to be headed for Instant-Dict. 'I'm going to get on with my job - and that means I will do my utmost in the game,' said the South China striker. 'I know a lot of people are aware that I am leaving the club and I will play for another team - maybe Instant-Dict - but I'm still contracted with South China at the moment. 'The same situation happened to me when I made the move from Happy Valley to Eastern a couple of seasons ago just before the FA Cup final. I scored a goal for Valley in the Cup final even though we lost. 'I have signed a personal contract with Martin Hong and I will follow him to whatever he club he chooses to be with,' said Cheng. It will also be Dutch goalkeeper Werner Kooistra's last game before he returns to the Netherlands next week. Kooistra, who has been with South China for three seasons, was tight lipped about which club he would join. Portuguese midfielder Pedro Xavier will also play his last game for South China after two seasons. The former Portuguese youth international has had discussions with Sing Tao and Uhlsport-Rangers and is likely to join Sing Tao next season. In other news, Happy Valley have stepped up their chase to sign former Swedish international Anders Limpar. Limpar is on a free transfer after being released by English club Birmingham City in April. Happy Valley club officials are checking whether Limpar is carrying any injuries before making a concrete proposal to the former Arsenal winger.