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Lee Wai Man

Lee Wai Man (Chinese: 李偉文, born August 18, 1973 in Hong Kong), is a Hong Kong professional football player who mainly plays as a defender. He had also played as other positions on the field, including goalkeeper when he moved on to this position urgently after his teammate Leung Cheuk Cheung was dismissed in a match. He announced his retirement from professional football at the end of the season 2006 - 2007.

Hong Kong National Football Team

After some impressive performance in his club Eastern AA, Lee Wai Man, aged 20, was selected into the final squad for Hong Kong to play the 1994 World Cup qualifiers. He made his debut on 23 April, 1994 versus Kuwait in a preparation match held in Singapore. Later that year, Lee played all World Cup qualifier-matches (totally 10 matches) for Hong Kong as a start left back.

Although Lee was dropped out from Hong Kong national football team between 1998 and 2000, he returned to play the first East Asia Football Championship preliminatary round for Hong Kong as a sweeper. He became the captain for Hong Kong team in late 2003.

Current status

Lee is a part-time commentator for TVB, he is usually participated in commenting the local football league and the foreign football tourament, like the Euro 2008 highlights. Meanwhile, he is currently the manager of Shatin Football Club in Hong Kong SAR.

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