Kitchee captain Huang Yang (right) and defender Tong Kin-man prepare for the reopening of the season at their training centre in Shek Mun. Photo: Handout Kitchee captain Huang Yang (right) and defender Tong Kin-man prepare for the reopening of the season at their training centre in Shek Mun. Photo: Handout
Kitchee captain Huang Yang (right) and defender Tong Kin-man prepare for the reopening of the season at their training centre in Shek Mun. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong Premier League on track to resume after players cleared in two tests for Covid-19

  • The six remaining teams in the depleted competition face one more round of testing before the proposed kick-off on September 19
  • A team need at least 13 players to start a match if the squad is hit by an infection

Topic |   Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA)
Kitchee captain Huang Yang (right) and defender Tong Kin-man prepare for the reopening of the season at their training centre in Shek Mun. Photo: Handout Kitchee captain Huang Yang (right) and defender Tong Kin-man prepare for the reopening of the season at their training centre in Shek Mun. Photo: Handout
Kitchee captain Huang Yang (right) and defender Tong Kin-man prepare for the reopening of the season at their training centre in Shek Mun. Photo: Handout
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