Full name: Sheung-Yee "Spencer" Lam
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Height: 5-4.5 (165 cm)
Weight: 141 lbs (64 kg)
Born: November 7, 1934 in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Died: April 23, 2009 in Wan Chai, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Affiliations: Kitchee SC, Hong Kong (HKG)
Country: Chinese Taipei
Although born and raised in Hong Kong Lam Sheung-Yee played international football for Chinese Taipei at a time when Hongkongers were eligible to play for the team. He played international football for a decade and top division football in Hong Kong for nearly a quarter of a century winning every available domestic honour.
After his playing days ended he moved into a role as a television commentator on football and becoming such a popular personality that he gained the nickname "Ah Suk" ("Uncle" in Cantonese). A cameo role in a 1992 film propelled him into an acting career and he eventually appeared in nearly 40 films between 1992 and 2004.
|1960 Summer||25||Roma||Football||Men's Football||Chinese Taipei||TPE||13T|
|1960 Summer||25||Roma||Football||Chinese Taipei||TPE||Final Standings||13T||1960-08-26||0||0||0|
|1960 Summer||25||Roma||Football||Chinese Taipei||TPE||Group B||Match #2||2||1960-08-26||ITA 4, TPE 1||0|
|1960 Summer||25||Roma||Football||Chinese Taipei||TPE||Group B||Match #3||2||1960-08-29||BRA 5, TPE 0||0|
|1960 Summer||25||Roma||Football||Chinese Taipei||TPE||Group B||Match #6||2||1960-09-01||GBR 3, TPE 2||0|