Hong Kong national soccer team players train at the Jockey Club Football Training Centre in Tseung Kwan O in June 2019. Hong Kong Premier League clubs have complained about the facilities at the centre after matches were moved there following the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Felix Wong Hong Kong national soccer team players train at the Jockey Club Football Training Centre in Tseung Kwan O in June 2019. Hong Kong Premier League clubs have complained about the facilities at the centre after matches were moved there following the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Felix Wong
Hong Kong national soccer team players train at the Jockey Club Football Training Centre in Tseung Kwan O in June 2019. Hong Kong Premier League clubs have complained about the facilities at the centre after matches were moved there following the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | Fussy Hong Kong Premier League footballers should leave their pitches to cooped-up children

  • Professional footballers complaining about their temporary training facilities seem oblivious to the efforts of the people working to keep the facilities open

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Hong Kong national soccer team players train at the Jockey Club Football Training Centre in Tseung Kwan O in June 2019. Hong Kong Premier League clubs have complained about the facilities at the centre after matches were moved there following the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Felix Wong Hong Kong national soccer team players train at the Jockey Club Football Training Centre in Tseung Kwan O in June 2019. Hong Kong Premier League clubs have complained about the facilities at the centre after matches were moved there following the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Felix Wong
Hong Kong national soccer team players train at the Jockey Club Football Training Centre in Tseung Kwan O in June 2019. Hong Kong Premier League clubs have complained about the facilities at the centre after matches were moved there following the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Felix Wong
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