Nationality: Hong Kong
Christopher actually played for the Beijing Rangers in their first match ever. He then heard the Beijing Barbarians were the Chelsea of Beijing, owned by a dodgy bloke with an accent (Keith) and run by his yes-man (Lee). Lured by the bright lights and an undisclosed amount of RMB, Christopher transferred over to the Barbarians, and the rest is history. A regular in defence in the Barbarians' unbeaten season, putting in stints at right back, left back, centre back and goalkeeper. The highlight of his season was the game-saving the penalty against Snickers (awarded after Vincent decided he was playing basketball).
A bit of a nomad, Christopher works in the fields of media and social work, but when he is not busy ending poverty, hugging trees, and bringing about world peace, he is always up for a kick about. Currently splits his time between Canada, England, and Hong Kong.