HONG Kong First Division new boys Voicelink will have to wait a little longer before seeing the skills of Bosnian player Milan Gavrilovic. The 30-year-old defender from Sarajevo arrived in the territory yesterday from Belgium, where he had been playing in the Second Division. But he was halted at immigration because he did not have a visa - and had to spend the night at Kai Tak before heading for Thailand today to secure the necessary paperwork. Gavrilovic, who plays sweeper or centre-half, is a friend and former teammate of South China striker Anto Grabo and is being given a trial with Voicelink. South China, meanwhile, have turned down the chance to sign a centre forward from Denmark to play alongside Grabo and are hoping to recruit a third Dutchman. Their overseas contingent was reduced from five to four when former Feyenoord striker Ed Roos returned to the Netherlands to keep his job and play semi-professional football. If the Caroliners cannot find a suitable replacement they will look to Britain or Australia for their fifth foreign player. The Hong Kong FA hold a council meeting tonight and Kui Tan's Benny Tang Kar-hung, joint national team manager with South China's Steven Lo Kit-shing, will propose Kwok Ka-ming as Hong Kong coach. Kwok, the head coach at the Hong Kong Sports Institute, was in charge of the national team for eight years, retiring after the 1990 Asian Games. Hong Kong's squad for the 1994 World Cup qualifiers had two coaches - Eastern's Chan Hung-ping and South China's Chan Kwok-hung.