Marksman Detinho has lost his place in the South China line-up for the forthcoming AFC Cup as the Caroliners have opted for newcomer Caca for one of the three overseas-player slots. The two Brazilians shared the three goals among themselves yesterday as the defending champions defeated Sheffield United 3-1 in the Coolpoint Ventilation First Division at Mong Kok Stadium yesterday. Team convener Steven Lo Kit-sing said he was concerned 35-year-old Detinho might not be fit enough to cope with the hectic schedule of the Asian competition, which involves frequent travel for away matches. 'We think it will be a better arrangement to leave Detinho at home to concentrate on domestic competitions,' said Lo. Caca, 29, who joined the Caroliners last month as the highest-paid player in the league, has scored five goals so far, including two against the mainlanders yesterday. He will now join Tales Schutz up front when South China kick off their Asian campaign next month against Provincial Electricity Authority Club of Thailand. The other two teams in the group are Johor FC of Malaysian and V.B. of the Maldives. The other foreign-player spot went to defender Sidrailson. In the other match yesterday, Kitchee scraped to a 2-0 win over Fourway, with midfielder Miranda scoring an own goal in the first half. Gustavo Zamudio scored Kitchee's other goal in the 54th minute.