LOCAL 11-a-side football fans will get their first look at First Division champions Eastern on September 4 at the Aw Hoe Cup, an exhibition curtain raiser of the 1994-95 season at the troublesome Hong Kong Stadium. Eastern will look to continue their strong form from last year against the Hong Kong League XI, which will comprise mainly of locally-based foreign players, in this traditional football extravanganza. The Hong Kong Football Association have named Ng Chung, chairman of Sing Tao, and Tam Wai-ho, brother of Instant-Dict's president Thomas Tam, as the managers of the Hong Kong League XI. The two coaches for the select team will be South China's Wong Man-wai and Rangers' Butt Wai-hong. The FA's selection committee will name the 16 players for the team on Friday. The winning side will receive $80,000 and $30,000 for the others. Ticket prices for the 4.30 pm kick-off are $50, $80, $100 $150 and there will be reduced-price tickets of $25 for the elderly. Part of the match's receipts will be donated to charity. Meanwhile, Australian-based Croatian Marko Perinovic is looking forward to a comeback in the new season with big-spending Rangers. Claiming that he has recovered from the cruciate ligament injury in his right knee, the striker has signed a one-month temporary contract.