Soccer-mad Macau hospital worker Chan Keng-fu turned up to meet World Cup star Jorge Campos yesterday only to learn of the kidnap drama involving the Mexican goalkeeper's father. Mr Chan, 22, who had lined up an appointment with Campos at the Mexican team's Tsim Sha Tsui hotel, was told the international star was on his way home. He had met Campos, 32, at a team training session in Mongkok on Monday and was invited by the star to receive a gift of one of his prized World Cup shirts. Yesterday, wearing his own replica Mexico shirt, Mr Chan, who was inspired by Campos to become a goalkeeper, said: 'I only hope his father can be returned safely, that's all that matters. 'He was very friendly to me when we met and he seemed very happy to be here. 'I spoke to him for a while and gave him some gifts. He told me to come to the hotel where I could get one of his shirts.' Mr Chan's girlfriend filmed his meetings with his hero. 'I watched him first on TV in 1992 and he was different from other players, he had style,' said Mr Chan. 'He was also small like me and he gave me the confidence to become a goalkeeper.'