THE Yugoslavian national team have expressed a wish to play a Hong Kong side at the end of December after they play in mainland China on their worldwide Christmas tour. The Yugoslavs, who have just recently been freed from two-year's United Nations sanctions, are using the Christmas tour to raise money for their association. They stated in their offer that they would be able to bring their strongest side because Italian-based stars Dejan Savicevic, Radmilo Mihajlovic, Vladimir Jugovic, are all free of club commitments around Christmas. So is Dragan Stojkovic who now plays for J.League side Grampus Eight. Vincent Yuen, the chief executive officer of the Hong Kong Football Association, said the association would put forward the Yugoslavs' offer to the Councillors' committee to discuss with the senior clubs. In other news, sacked Kitchee coach Cheung Tsz-doy rejoined his old club Kui Tan. He will partner the present coach Chan Fai-hung. 'I am very pleased that Kui Tan have given me the chance to show my best in coaching,' said Cheung who could not impress the Kitchee management after a string of defeats in their league campaign. Meanwhile, Kitchee have been rocked by injuries to their new Australians - forward Paul Foster and goalkeeper David Mower, who is on loan from Happy Valley, for their league clash against Golden at Mongkok Stadium this afternoon. But Mower, whose back was injured during a friendly match last week, may still be able to play after an injection.