Hong Kong soccer matches may be played behind closed doors if anthem boos continue, chief secretary warns

Hong Kong’s soccer team may be forced to play international matches behind closed doors if fans jeer at the Chinese national anthem again during next week’s match with Malaysia, the city’s chief secretary has warned. Matthew Cheung Kin-chung issued …
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