Hong Kong head coach Sebastiao Araujo has strongly criticised the management system here which, he says, is responsible for the SAR's low ranking in the sport. During the Asian Games squad's first training at the Sports Institute yesterday, Araujo was angered by the latest withdrawal of South China left-winger Ricky Cheng Siu-chung. He also revealed he was forced not to select Golden's Leslie Santos. 'Cheng's coach called me before the training saying Cheng was not confident he could play for Hong Kong at this stage,' said Araujo. 'And the Golden officials told me Santos was not fit enough. If they cannot play for the national team, they cannot play in the league.' Araujo also complained about the lack of government support. He said: 'We don't ask for money. We only want facilities. There are many nice fields here, like the new Shing Mun Valley Stadium, and the Hong Kong Football Association is aware of that. All we need is a person who has the power to assign one of them to us as a training base. But I don't know who that is. 'The Hong Kong team carry the SAR flag and represent over six million people. It is the Government's responsibility to look after the team. 'Twenty years ago, Hong Kong were the top side in Asia but our world ranking is now very low. The Government and the HKFA should do something now to improve it.' Araujo named South China defender Shum Kwok-pui to replace Mark Grainger, while Instant-Dict goalkeeper Chung Ho-yin and left-winger Yiu Hok-man, Happy Valley defender Lai Kai-cheuk and forward Kwok Man-tik have also been called up.