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Man Pei Tak

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Full name  Man Pei Tak
Name  Man Tak
Place of birth  Hong Kong
Role  Football player

Number  12
Height  1.76 m
Years  Team
Career start  2000
Man Pei Tak

Date of birth  (1982-02-16) 16 February 1982 (age 33)
Playing position  Defensive Midfielder Center-back
Current teams  South China AA (#12 / Defender), Hong Kong national football team (Defender, Midfielder)

Man Pei Tak (Chinese: 文彼得; Jyutping: man4 bei2 dak1) is a former Hong Kong professional football player. He currently the team manager of Hong Kong Pegasus



On 16 November 2008, Man Pei Tak played as captain and scored a wonder goal to help South China defeat arch rival Kitchee 3:1 in a league match. It was his first goal since he joined the Caroliners.


Under coach Kim Pan-Gon, Man Pei Tak's playing opportunities were limited. But when Kim suddenly left South China near the end of 2010, replacement coach Chan Ho Yin allowed him more opportunities, especially at the right back position.

In the 2011 AFC Cup, during the away game to Persipura Jayapura, Man Pei Tak handled the ball and gave away a penalty which was converted by Boaz Solossa. Persipura eventually won the game 4:2 and knocked South China out of the tournament.

Hong Kong

In the 2010 East Asian Football Championship semi final tournament, Man Pei Tak scored the opening goal against Guam and paved the way for a 12:0 win, allowing Hong Kong to qualify for the finals of the tournament in Japan.

In the 2011 AFC Asian Cup qualifying match away to Bahrain, Man Pei Tak was named captain. But Hong Kong lost the game 0:4.


Man Pei Tak is a spokesman of Jockey International, along with teammate Chan Siu Ki.

Career statistics

As of 10 October 2012

International career

As of 6 February 2013


Man Pei Tak Wikipedia