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Oyunbold Settling In at New Club Abroad

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Oyuntuya Oyunbold made history as the first Mongolian to play in Hong Kong and one of the few to play in a first division abroad when he joined Sham Shui Po of the Hong Kong Premier League in Septembeer 2022. After struggling to gain significant playing time, he departed the club in June 2023. He was without a club for several months before joining Wong Tai Sin DRSC of the Hong Kong First Division in September.

The 22-year-old midfielder has already found more consistent playing time in the second-tier league. Since making his league debut on 15 October against Wing Yee FT in both teams' opening match of the 2023/2024 season, Oyunbold has appeared in four of the club's five league matches.

Wong Tai Sin was founded in 1971and began play in the Third Division. The club finished the 2013/2014 season as runner's up and qualified for the Premier League for the first time. However, after a 9th-place finish in 2015/2016, the club was immediately relegated back to the second division. They have remained in the league since.

Oyunbold and the club currently sit in 8th position in the 12-team table with a five points and a 1-2-2 record.



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