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What do you think of the quality of local soccer?

Posted on 17/4/2009 at 10:49
Players in Hong Kong lack physical strength. They do not have the stamina to continue to play their best football for the full 90 minutes.

You see players getting tired even after a short sprint. They need a better training regime with more aerobic exercise so they can enhance their physical strength and their speed.

Second, there is a lack of willpower. They do not seem to have the hunger to win a match. When a team goes down by two or three goals, the players do not have the confidence to fight back. I think training courses are needed to try to build up morale.

Although footballers' skills have improved, they still have a long way to go before they will match the giants of international football.

I would like to see them taking part in more international matches and, through that experience, becoming more skilful.


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Two sides to maids story

Posted on 17/4/2009 at 10:48

I refer to the letter by Elsie Tu ("Domestic helper policies are institutionalised discrimination", April 13).

Mrs Tu should appreciate that there are many helpers who will work free of charge for someone if that person signs a two-year contract and then lets them do their own part-time jobs.

I do agree that some helpers have problems with their employers, but Mrs Tu should appreciate that many employers also experience problems with their helpers.

There are two sides to this story and there are cases where helpers do take their employers to court for no good reason.


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