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13 April 2013

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23-24 November 2013

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16-17 November 2013

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Born: 26 june 1971
in Sarajevo, Bosnie.
Height/Weight: 180 cm - 82 kg
Position: Striker right

Formation: Zeljeznicar (Yougoslavia)
1993-1994: Penang (Malaysia)
1994-1995: South Ching Hongkong (China)
1995-1996: South Ching Hongkong (China)
1996-1997: Stade Malherbe (D1)
1997-1998: Caen (D2) / Etoile Casrouge (Suisse)

Born: 7 December 1960
in Bosnia

Anto is currently playing in the Hong Kong Professional League Division 1. As well as being a fully qualified coach he has over 20 years professional playing experience at the highest level having played for the following clubs:
1979-1985: f.c. zeljenicar sarajevo, bosnia
1985-1987: f.c. dinamo vinkovci, croatia
1987-1989: f.c. novi sad, yugoslavia
1989-1992: s.k. lommel, belgium
1992: f.c. kuala lumpur, malaysia
1992-1995: south china football club, h.k.
1995-1997: golden football club, h.k.
1997-1999: sing tao football club, h.k.
1999-2001: instant dict football club, h.k.
2001-present: hong kong football club
Awards received:
1992-1993: the best foreign player of the year (hkfa)
1993: the best attacker of viceroy cup final (hkfa)
1994: the best attacker of viceroy cup final (hkfa)
2001: the best player of the masters tournament (hkfc)
2002-2003: the best coach of youth development (hkfa)

Midfielder, 47 years
Born in Gardanne, Bouches-du-Rhône, France.

Bernard PARDO, 13 selections, Lille, St Etienne, Brest, Toulon, Bordeaux, OM, Paris SG. In his playing career he played for Lille,
St Etienne, Brest, Toulon, Bordeaux, OM, Paris SG and for France. Titles: French championship in 1991 with Olympique Marseille & UEFA Champions League runner-up in 1991 with Olympique Marseille.
1978-1979 US Boulogne
1979-1980 Lille OSC
1980-1985 Stade Brestois
1985-1986 AS Saint-Etienne
1986-1989 SC Toulon
1989-1990 Bordeaux
1990-1991 Olympique de Marseille
1991-1992 Paris SG
1993-1994 SC Toulon
National team
1988-1991 France

Born in Aarhus, Denmark

Claus has played in Europe before to come in Asia:
AGF, Denmark
Viborg FF, Denmark
Jakarta FC, Indonesia
Persegi, Indonesia
Taipei Animals, Taiwan
.. and now Shanghai Shooters FC, China

Striker, 48 years.
Born in Gardanne, France.

Daniel XUEREB earned eight international caps (one goal) for the French national team during the 1980s. A player of RC Lens (1981-1986), but also for Lyon, Paris SG, Montpellier, OM, Toulon.
He was a member of the French team in the 1986 FIFA World Cup, after having won the gold medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California.
1977–1981 Lyon
1981–1986 Lens
1986–1989 Paris SG
1989–1991 Montpellier
1991–1992 Marseille
1992–1993 Toulon
National team
1981–1989 France
Teams managed
2008–2009 Aix

Goalkeeper, 50 years

Didier BILLET has been goalkeeper for OM, Alencon, Avignon, Orange and Beziers.

Born: 7 February 1961
in Deutchland
Height/Weight: 187 cm - 78 kg

He has played for the German Olympic Team
1981/1986: SV Waldhof Mannheim
1986/1987: Werder Bremen
1987/1989: Eintracht Frankfurt
1989/1996: FC St. Pauli Hamburg
Would result as a player:
German cup victor: 1× German cup 1988 with harmony Frankfurt
National league: 1× place 5,1987 with Werder Bremen 1× place 6,1985 with SV forest yard Mannheim

Striker, 40 years

He has played for OM, Toulon, Le Havre, Bordeaux, Lens, Metz.
Champion de France 1989 Olympique de Marseille
Vainqueur de la Coupe de France 1989 Olympique de Marseille
Champion de Suisse 1997 FC Sion
Vainqueur de la Coupe de Suisse 1997 FC Sion
Vice-Champion de France 1998 FC Metz


As a famous goalkeeper, Henrik have played for the Hong Kong Football Club 1st Team for 5 year in the seventies and as an amateur player in the professional First Division in Hong Kong. He organized a lot of football trips to South America, Central America, South Africa and Namibia, Europe and participated at a lot of Football Tournaments around South East Asia. Furthermore he brought to the Far East quite a lot of Ex-Internationals from England, Scotland, Ireland and Germany 1990 World Champions like Juergen Klinsmann, Pierre Littbarski and Uwe Bein that played with his team in Singapore and Hong Kong, and that won the Singapore International Soccer 7s 4 times and the HKFC 7s 3 times.
Bad news: Henrik Lorenz (63 year old) has passed away on December 2006.

Born: 22 July 1963.
Height/Weight: 180 cm - 82 kg
Position: Striker right

Ian was born on 22nd July 1963 and came up through the Manly Vale and Western Suburbs ranks. An experienced defender or midfielder, he commenced a 12 year national representative career in 1981 when selected in an Australian under 20 team to play in a tournament in China.
He was first chosen for the senior Australian side in the 1984 World Series tournament, and later that year joined the Qantas Socceroos on an extensive world tour encompassing matches in China, England, Scotland and Italy. He played in first stage qualifying matches for the 1986 and 1994 world cups, and took part in the Presidents Cup in 1991 (in South Korea) and 1992 (Indonesia).
He scored six goals in the 1984 National Soccer League (NSL) season, his last season at APIA Leichhardt, as the inner-Sydney club went as far as the northern division preliminary final. After then transferring to Marconi he played in finals series in 1985 (reaching the northern division grand final) and 1986 (northern division minor semi), and from 1988 to 1990 he took part in three consecutive grand finals; he was on the winning grand final team in 1988 (on penalties over Sydney United) and 1989 (1-0 over Sydney Olympic).
After suffering an injury early in a round 25 match against West Adelaide in 1992/93 he was out of action for six weeks, returning to play in Marconi's 1-0 grand final victory over Adelaide City - his third NSL championship medal. Upon playing in the 1993/94 finals series, he became the first player to play in nine NSL finals series. He stands as the player with the second-most number of NSL appearances for Marconi, just two matches behind Tom McCulloch.
Although playing predominantly in defence throughout his career, he scored some vital goals for Marconi, including an 80th minute strike in a 2-1 win over South Melbourne in the 1988 minor semi final, and a headed goal in the 1991 elimination semi, which Marconi won over Parramatta Eagles on penalties following a 3-3 draw.
Since leaving the professional football ranks, Ian continued to play at an amateur level for his beloved Maccabi Masters and Team Bondi but mainly turned his attention to coaching and in particular mentoring junior football players.
In 2004 Ian was inducted into the FFA Hall of Fame - Award of Distinction. Ian was also a member of the FFA Appeals committee.

Defender, 40 years

Jean-Christophe CANO has played for Grenoble, OM, Rennes, Ajaccio

Born: February 1, 1962
in Callosa de Segura, España.
Height: 172 cm

Manuel AMOROS has played at the AS Monaco, OM, Lyon. He was capped 82 times (one goal) for the France national football team, and played in the Euro Cup finals of 1984 and 1992, and the World Cup finals in 1982 and 1986. Amoros played most of his career for AS Monaco in the French first division.He missed his penalty in the european cup final in 1991 for Marseille and subsequently Red Star Belgrade won the match 5-4 on penalties. It was his stints with the tricolor during the 1982 and 1986 FIFA World Cups in which he stood out. In the 1982 World Cup semifinal against West Germany, Amoros' goalbar-hiting 30-yard shot in the 119th minute sent chills to the spines of many a West German fan. In the penalty shoot-out he converted his kick before France bode out.
In the 1984 European Championships held in France, Amoros showed an egregious side of him. During the inaugural game against Denmark, the French back was harshly tackled by a Danish midfielder. As the referee went searching for the yellow card to book the offender, Amoros quickly jumped on his feet and head-butted his tackler on the forehead in front of a stunned ref who also yanked out a red card out of his pocket to send Amoros off. He was banned for three games. However, in the final against Spain national coach Michel Hidalgo took him on as a sub in a game that Les Bleus won by 2-0 at Le Parc des Princes.
In the 1986 World Cup the 24-year old Amoros was overshadowed by the likes of Diego Maradona, Michel Platini, Harald Schumacher, Emilio Butragueno, Gary Lineker and Enzo Scifo, who took center stage. However, he was voted best right-back by the international press and had a field day of a game against Brazil in the quarterfinals.
1980–1989 Monaco
1989–1993 Marseille
1993–1995 Lyon
1995–1996 Marseille
National team
1982–1992 France
Teams managed
2010 Comoros

Midfielder, 46 years.

Marcel DE FALCO, has played at OM, Paris SG, Rodez, Orleans, Valence, Laval, Beziers

Born: 4th April 1966.

Played over 15 years professional:
After too many groin surgeries had to quit playing professional and then moved into Coaching and holds UEFA licences and is now the Director of Football for Soccer Experience Camps and Tours.

Born: 3 February 1964
in Deutchland.

Mediator between sport and economy Michael Rummenigge was already always a man of the deed - and successful: During its sporting course just as today in the frame of its social engagements and entrepreneurial activities. With reliability and certain view for the doable, the trained bank businessman made himself in the mean time above all as an entrepreneur a name. It is publisher of several annuals of societies of the soccer national league and professional organizer of popular Fußballevents. Magnificent acceptance finds moreover its soccer training whose organizations are regularly fully booked. And more yet: Michael Rummenigge controls a close-meshed network to the important decision makers on the sport sector. Recognize chances - and use. No question, when athlete Michael Rummenigge clearly showed how one recognizes chances and successfully uses it. On that did nothing change also after its sporting career: It established 1996 the sport appreciated in the profession & business Michael Rummenigge gmbh. Michael Rummenigge opened in the same year in sovereign mountain/Boffzen its soccer training internationally acknowledged. Since the year 2002 it has been in puncto consulting for the Eventus media CORP. active. One recognizes winner often already by the start. Already early, and to be sure during its time in Borussia Lippstadt (1970-1981), was certain for many: Michael Rummenigge will make career. The at that time estimation was correct, what its stations impressively belay as a player:
1981-1988 Bavaria Munich
1988-1993 Borussia Dortmund
1982-1988: Bayerm Munich
1988-1994: Borussia Dortmund
Champions League: 1× place 2, 1987 with Bavaria Munich
UEFA-Cup: 1× place 2,1993 with Borussia Dortmund
German cup victor: 3× German cup victors 1984, 1986 with Bavaria Munich as well as 1989 with Borussia Dortmund. 1× place 2, 1985 with Bavaria Munich.
German master: 3× German masters 1985, 1986 and 1987 with Bavaria Munich. 2× place 2, 1988 with Bavaria Munich as well as 1992 with Borussia Dortmund.

Striker, 48 years

Patrick CUBAYNES, Avignon, Nimes, Bastia, Strasbourg, Montpellier, OM. Cubaynes was a member of the French squad that won the gold medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California.
1979-1985 Nîmes Olympique
1985-January 1986 SC Bastia
January-June 1986 RC Strasbourg
1986-1987 Olympique de Marseille
1987- 1989 Montpellier HSC
1989-1991 Avignon Football
1991-1992 Pau FC
National team
1984 France France Olympic team

Central midfielder, Defender,
34 years

Sebastien PEREZ had played at Olympic Marseille, Bastia, St-Etienne, Istres, Blackburn Rovers, Galatasaray. Sebastien Perez is a French professional football player who started his career for AS Saint-ษtienne as a central midfielder. Perez signed for Blackburn from SC Bastia in July 1998 by manager Roy Hodgson at the time, for a fee of 3 million pounds. His stay in East Lancashire was some what short and he only made 5 appearances for Blackburn. His career with Blackburn started well, but he suffered a serious injury and upon return to the squad he struggled regaining his place back in the starting line up. He was then loaned out and completed a move back to France were he joined Marseille in June 1999. He was loaned out to Galatasaray for the 01-02 season then returned to Marseille until the end of the 03-04 season when he was released. He joined FC Istres. For 2007-2008 season, he joined l'US Endoume. Sebastien Perez is also a member of the France national beach soccer team.
1993–1996 AS Saint-Étienne
1996–1998 SC Bastia
1998 Blackburn Rovers
1998–1999 SC Bastia (loan)
1999–2004 Marseille
2001–2002 Galatasaray (loan)
2004–2006 FC Istres

Striker, 48 years
Born: April 25, 1963
in Hong Kong

Tim began his professional football career with Liverpool Football Club in 1979, and was with the Club for 3 years before being approached by a Hong Kong professional team Ryoden FC in 1982 to play football in Asia. Between 1982 and 1999 Tim has held professional football contracts with football Clubs based in Hong Kong (Ryoden FC, Seiko FC, Rangers FC, South China FC, Lai Sun FC, Frankwell FC, Sing Tao FC & Instant-Dict FC), Australia (Sydney Olympic FC) and Malaysia (Selangor FC & Sabah FC). Tim has won 1 Second Division title, 1 Junior Viceroy Cup title, 7 Hong Kong League titles, 5 Viceroy Cup titles, 4 Senior Shield titles, 4 FA Cup titles, 2 Seven a Side titles. Tim has also been Hong Kong's top goal scorer on 3 separate occasions. At Club level, Tim brings a wealth of playing experience having played against top club sides from around the world, these include Corinthians (Brazil), Lucky Gold Star (S Korea), Sampdoria (Italy), AC Milan (Italy), Everton (UK), Aston Villa (UK), Coventry (UK), Brondby (Denmark). In 1986, Tim joined the Hong Kong National Team and has played in the World Cup qualifying rounds, Olympics qualifying rounds, Asian Games (Yokohama).
Tim has also been a regular member of the Hong Kong league XI side competing in the Carlsberg Cup tournaments playing against such sides as Denmark, Paraguay, Yugoslavia, Japan, South Korea, Nigeria, Sweden, Romania, Switzerland, China. During his professional football career, Tim also had trials with UK professional teams such as Wimbledon FC, Crystal Palace FC, Blackburn Rovers and Torquay United. In addition to his professional playing career, he is also a fully qualified English Football Association coach and is currently undertaking a UEFA A license through the English Football Association. Tim Bredbury is also a former member of the English Football Association Coaches Association plus the English Professional Footballers Association.
1979–1982 Liverpool
1982 Ryoden
1982–1983 Seiko
1984–1986 Rangers
1986–1990 South China
1990–1991 Lai Sun
1991–1992 Sydney Olympic
1992 Selangor
1992–1993 Sabah
1993 South China
1993–1994 Voicelink
1994–1995 Sing Tao
1995–1996 Frankwell
1996–1999 Instant-Dict
National team
1986–1999 Hong Kong
Teams managed
2006 Rangers (HKG)
2007 NT Realty Wofoo Tai Po
2007–2008 Rangers (HKG)

Born: 4 October 1967
in Grimma, Deutschland. Height/Weight: 183 cm - 85 kg

07/2003 - 06/2004: VfB Leipzig
07/2001 - 06/2003: Karlsruher SC
07/1999 - 06/2001: Eintracht Frankfurt
07/1995 - 06/1999: VfL Bochum
01/1994 - 06/1995: VfB Leipzig
07/1993 - 12/1993: VfB Stuttgart
07/1991 - 06/1993: VfB Leipzig

Born: 26 September 1960
in Deutschland.
Height/Weight: 189 cm - 69 kg

Bein's professional career began in 1978 with Kickers Offenbach, before he moved to 1. FC Köln, Hamburger SV and Eintracht Frankfurt. He played over 300 Bundesliga games and scored 91 goals in total. He also helped Köln to the 1986 UEFA Cup Final where his goal could not prevent them losing to Real Madrid. In 1994 he moved to Japan and started playing for Urawa Red Diamonds in 1996. In 1997 he made appearances for VfB Gießen. The biggest success in Bein's career occurred during the 1990 FIFA World Cup, where he played four of seven games before suffering from an injury. He scored one goal in the 5-1 win over the United Arab Emirates. He started all 3 group matches plus the quarter final against Czechoslovakia but didn't play in the Final. He didn't take part in the Euro 92. Lacking support from the German head coach Berti Vogts , Bein finally retired from the national team in 1993, and thus didn't take part in the World Cup 1994. In total, he played 17 international matches, with 3 goals to his credit. After his playing career ended he started managing Kickers Offenbach.
1978–1984 Kickers Offenbach
1984–1987 1. FC Köln
1987–1989 Hamburger SV
1989–1994 Eintracht Frankfurt
1994–1997 Urawa Red Diamonds
1997–1998 VfB Gießen
German National team
1983 West Germany Olympic
1989–1993 Germany

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