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Hongkie football fans boo and turn their backs on Chinese national athem

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  1. Rogue Trader

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    Hong Kong fans ignore warnings and again boo the national anthem – this time before an Asian Cup qualifier

    Jeers ring out across Hong Kong Stadium as some turn their back on March of the Volunteers before the home side defeats Malaysia 2-0



    PUBLISHED : Tuesday, 10 October, 2017, 9:11pm
    UPDATED : Tuesday, 10 October, 2017, 11:37pm

    Chan Kin-wa

    The Hong Kong Football Association was left helpless as fans again booed the national anthem – this time before an Asian Cup qualifying match against Malaysia on Tuesday night.

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    Before a match that Hong Kong won 2-0 to keep their hopes of qualifying alive, a block of fans from the East Stand, mostly youngsters, jeered and were heard clearly throughout the 40,000-seat Hong Kong Stadium in So Kon Po.

    Some also turned their backs when March of the Volunteerswas played and one banner called for Hong Kong’s independence.

    Association chairman Brian Leung Hung-tak refused to comment on the situation. The association had decided to go ahead and play the national anthem, which is not mandatory under Fifa rules.

    Hardcore fans boo national anthem before Hong Kong friendly soccer match against Laos
    “We always welcome fans to come and support the Hong Kong team. That’s why we are here tonight. Our focus is solely on sport and we are not going to discuss subjects other than that,” he said.

    Watch: Hong Kong football fans boo their national anthem

    It was the 14th match in a row home fans have protested against the anthem since Hong Kong played hosts to Bhutan in a World Cup qualifier in June 2015, six months after the Occupy pro-democracy protests.

    The HKFA was fined twice by Fifa in 2015 after the world governing body accused the local organisation of failing to control its crowd behaviour.

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    However, throughout 2016 and until June this year when Hong Kong played host to North Korea in the Asian Cup qualifiers, no action was taken by the governing bodies despite the fact some fans continued with similar behaviour.

    But the situation got serious after the National People’s Congress passed a national anthem law in early September, stating offenders will be liable to a 15-day imprisonment on the mainland. This law is not yet incorporated into legislation in Hong Kong.

    The association has yet to hear of any possible punishment from the Asian Football Confederation over fans jeering the national anthem before last week’s international friendly against Laos at Mong Kok Stadium.

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    On the pitch, veteran Jorge Tarres, who only received his Hong Kong passport last week, steered the home team to victory over 10-man Malaysia with his second goal in as many matches.

    Having scored in his international debut against Laos on Thursday, the 36-year-old found the net again at Hong Kong Stadium when he headed home a Wong Wai free kick just before half-time in front of a 7,900-strong crowd.

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    Jaimes McKee added to the tally early in the second half to bring Hong Kong their first victory from three games in group B.

    “It was an important game and I am happy for the victory, happy for getting three points for the fans who came to support us,” said Tarres, who has been awarded the MVP in both his matches for Hong Kong.

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    “I have played many Malaysian players before in the regional club competitions and I know them well. But the game was also made easier after they went down to 10 men as we could find more space.”

    Tarres, along with fellow Spanish-born teammates Daniel Cancela and Fernando Recio, were recruited immediately after they obtained Hong Kong passports and the trio have impressed in both games they have played so far.

    Even Malaysia coach Eduardo Manuel Vingada said Hong Kong were a better team than the one his side drew 1-1 against in Malacca last month.

    Both teams needed to win to keep their hopes alive but Hong Kong were given a numerical advantage after Malaysia captain Safiq Rahim was shown a red card for a bad tackle on Cancela just before half-time.

    The home team scored within minutes of the send-off and McKee sealed the victory early in the second half.

    This article appeared in the South China Morning Post print edition as: Defiant Hong Kong fans again boo national anthem
     
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    LOL! Reddog will be so highly embarrassed. Communist chinks are despised everywhere.
     
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    despise? nah.. just jealous of their economy
     
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    Sure boh? Jealous of their economy? Nah. The commie chinks' economy is on massive debt steroid. Just wait for that blood-curdling fart when its ponzi economy deflates overnight.
     
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    Fuck ze tiongs :D
     
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    Excellent photo

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    Singaporeans would never boo their anthem. They love their country and their leaders.
     
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    Honkies are stupid idiots. They knew 1997 will return HK island back to China after the lease end.

    20 years before 1997 Honkies shd humilate and demand the British Empire Pommies bastards to self govern HK. This will prove that Honkies can self rule this island to the Chinese.

    Wait for lease expired and now kpkb want self rule is too late.

    Cantonese are selfish bastards no better than their colonial master evil masters. Brain washed to think Cantonese shitskins are better race than mainland Chinese?

    Go get fuck ma low chia.
     
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    these honkies don't know what is death
    if they continue behaving like thugs and hooligans
    china will civilize them
    isolate hongkong harbor
    and that's the end of all honkies
    a natural death
    already china's coastal cities are booming better than those
    shitty honkies
    without china hinterland, china dieded long agp
    still wants independence.....don't know what is death...sengyangtau!!!
     
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    they should sing the Great Qing's national anthem in defiance.

     
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    the PLA could have easily taken over HK in 1949, and HK will be just another Chinese city today, definitely no greater autonomy or independence shits. according to British declassified files, if the PLA had invaded HK back then, the British forces will not resist the invasion and simply retreat from the island. it is said the CCP chose to allow the British to hold onto Hongkong in exchange for Britain's diplomatic recognition of PRC in 1950.
     
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    honkies better kowtow to the great Beijing!!!
     
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    The irony is that the Hong Kongers are enjoying more social and political freedoms now than at any other time in their history. They get to elect their legislature, run their own courts and civil service, stage peaceful protests on the streets, and implement social and economic policies. In other words, self-governance in every sense of the word save independence and elected chief executive.

    Where were elections under British colonial rule? Heads of judiciary, all civil service departments and stat boards were ang mohs. Discriminatory policies (whites first, Chinese second) were in place everywhere. HK was merely a cash cow for Britain; milked for their people's entrepreneurial zest as well as its status as an entrepôt port and financial centre.
     
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    HK was just a British colony therefore the British felt no need to introduce any form of democracy to HK at all. historically, the Hongkongers left it too late to fight for HK's independence, they should have done it much earlier in the 1950s or 1960s when the PRC was weak internally and internationally. nevertheless, the British would never support any HK independence activities back then.

    think the Hongkongers just want greater real autonomy - to fully elect their legislative and chief executive without interference from Beijing. but CCP wants to retain its strong control in HK's internal politics. from CCP's position, a democratic HK is not the blueprint or an good example for China's social and political development in the future.
     
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    Cantonese people are balless and turn tgeir women into prostitutes you can see flood of them in Kong Siak lai.
     
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    honkies surely die lah if they persist their stooped attitude towards TaiKorh
     
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    Beautiful shot indeed. Is that a panty short that she is wearing?

    The HKies got balls!
     
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    I have a serious fetish for female celebs and politicians. In the good ol days, would have PCC'ed easily 5,6 times to this :) * SLURP *
     
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    She is a girl-next-door with guts.

    ok, stop peeking, Hangover!

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    Will you marry me? :rolleyes:
     

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