Chan Siu Ki
- Not to be confused with Chu Siu Kei.
(, born 14 July 1985, Hong Kong) is a Hong Kong
professional association football
player. He currently plays as a Striker
for Hong Kong First Division League
club South China
and the Hong Kong football team
. As he is capable of playing with either feet, he is sometimes tactically deployed as winger on either flanks. His pace and physical presence often give him advantages over other local players.
Chan Siu Ki was spotted by the management of Tai Po FC
when he was playing amateur soccer. At that time, he was working in a store operated by his family. He was responsible for stock delivery and eventually he developed a strong physique. Chan Siu Ki played for Tai Po FC
in the Hong Kong Third Division League
. He was spotted by Rangers
and joined them. However, he was almost immediately loaned and then sold to Kitchee SC
and thus never played for Rangers.
At Kitchee, Chan Siu Ki was given opportunities and fully developed into a strong and pacy striker as the club employed a 4–3–3 playing system. As Chan Siu Ki continued to impress, he was called up to the Hong Kong
team, as his physical presence and scoring record have been rare since the retirement of Au Wai Lun
. Also, his physical strength allows him to do long throw in
, which gives the team another attacking option. However, Chan Siu Ki was later involved in several disciplinary incidents at Kitchee SC and was suspended from playing duties... Read More