Former Scottish international striker and broadcasting personality Ally McCoist will lead a youth soccer clinic prior to the 2004 HKFC Philips Lighting International Soccer 7's later this month. McCoist, who played in 10 championship-winning teams for Glasgow Rangers and was the 1991-92 Scottish Player of the Year, will join former English players Stuart Ripley, Dean Holdsworth and Gordon Cowans in the HKFC Philips Lighting Junior Soccer Clinic. The clinic will be held on May 28 at 4.30pm at the Hong Kong Football Club, and there are 30 places available exclusively to Young Post readers (see box). The tournament will kick off on May 29 with the final scheduled for the following day. Meanwhile, organisers announced this week that English Premier League champions Arsenal have included first-team member Justin Hoyte, 19, in their Hong Kong-bound squad. Hoyte won his first cap for the England Under-21 side in their 2-2 draw with Sweden on March 30 this year and made his first-team debut for Arsenal in their 6-1 romp over Southampton at the end of last season. 'Justin has done particularly well and I thought he played very well for England,' said Arsenal's Liam Brady in a press release. Another 19-year-old Arsenal player to look out for is midfielder Stephen Bradley. The Dublin-born teenager scored six times in 26 appearances for the club's under-17s two seasons ago and has been capped by the Republic of Ireland at many levels. Seventeen-year-old goalkeeper Mark Howard and right-back Kerra Gilbert first appeared for England under-18 and under-17 teams last March against Belgium and Armenia, respectively. Gilbert had an impressive campaign last season in which he started 23 games for the Arsenal under-17s, while his teammate Howard played 12 games. 'We are really looking forward to returning to Hong Kong,' Brady said. 'We have been winners and runners-up in the past two competitions and have thoroughly enjoyed it. We are bringing a slightly younger group this year. However, many of the players have represented their countries at youth level, so we are hopeful of again performing well.' If you want to learn from the masters at the Soccer 7's clinic on May 28, send your details to: Junior Soccer Clinic, 19/F, 148 Electronic Road, North Point, Hong Kong, or fax 2544 2522. Don't forget to include the following information: name, age, parents' name, parents' day-time contact number and postal address.