In the fourth and final part of his Hong Kong Diary, Paul Goldsmith peers back through the miasma of alcohol and working girls to bring us up to date on the adventures of a Sunderland fan in that perfumed harbour which is Hong Kong.
Here is day two of Paul Goldsmith’s account of his Hong Kong odyssey. See the first, exceptionally well-received instalment here: https://safc.blog/2013/07/salut-sunderlands-hong-kong-diary-where-are-the-tottenham-and-man-city-fans/.
As we await kickoff against Spurs later this morning, today’s report is restricted mainly to another attempt at a photo gallery. This may may well prove a greater challenge than Monsieur Salut’s website skills can handle.
Our own Stephen Goldsmith’s brother, another Goldy but called – we think, after a spot of low-key detective work – Paul, made the bold decision to head East to take a look at Sunderland in action (in earnest, sort of, in the Barclays Asia Trophy also featuring Spurs, Man City and South China). Beer features a lot …