EASTERN'S reserve goalkeeper Tong Tak-kin has been included in the territory's World Cup squad which leaves for Beirut tomorrow after Instant-Dict goalie Chan Sau-yin withdrew citing personal reasons. The Hongkong FA yesterday included Tong in a 22-man squad to face South Korea, India, Bahrain and Lebanon in the territory's Group D qualifying matches in Beirut. Kitchee sweeper Yau Kin-wai and Sing Tao winger Chan Tsz-kong, who both missed Hongkong's two friendly matches against Kuwait in Singapore recently, have also been included. Tong was called up after Ernest Borel goalkeeper Chan Shu-ming turned down an invitation to join his teammates because he thought he was not physically prepared for the matches. Hongkong coach Chan Kwok-hung said: ''We have decided to select Tong to make it three goalkeepers in the squad. Tong will be a back-up to the team with the number one spot going to either Chan Hing-wing (Michelotti) or Chung Ho-yin (Kitchee).'' Chan, who has trained with the Hongkong squad since March, decided to stay in the territory to be with his sick wife. His withdrawal has been accepted by the Hongkong selectors and the HKFA. South China midfielder Leslie Santos and club teammate Chan Ping-on will also miss the trip to Beirut but the pair hope to be fit in time for the ''return'' leg in June in Seoul. Chan is recovering from a broken arm suffered in March and, although he is back in training with his club and will be on the substitutes' bench for tonight's Regal FA Cup clash against Happy Valley, he will definitely miss the trip to Beirut. ''I haven't been selected for Beirut and I'm not 100 per cent fit at the moment. I intend to play in Seoul when I'm a lot fitter,'' said Chan. The Hongkong squad had their last training session at the Hongkong Sports Institute yesterday. Coach Chan said team morale was good and he could not have asked for a better preparation.