LAST night's Hong Kong Football Association extraordinary council meeting was called off after Eastern failed to confirm their representative. However, an agreement to resolve the stand-off between the HKFA and the senior clubs has been achieved after a series of unofficial meetings between HKFA vice-president Veronica Chan and the Association of Hong Kong Professional Football Clubs Limited (AHKPFC) over the past two days. Chan said last night she would assist the clubs to fight for their interests. 'I will suggest in the HKFA council meeting on February 27 that the senior clubs should have a share of the net profit from the local cup tournaments,' said Chan, who described herself a 'mediator'. 'And the clubs will have a share of next week's Carlsberg Cup Lunar New Year tournament if the HKFA's net profit from it is more than that of last year. The HKFA got $2.2 million from the tournament last year. 'The clubs will get the surplus amount if the HKFA earn more than $2.2 million this year.' AHKPFC spokesman Ken Ng is happy the problems were solved peacefully. 'The stand-off between the clubs and the HKFA has been solved to some extent. More communication between both parties will be arranged. I am happy to see Hong Kong's participation in the Carlsberg Cup is not affected.' Hong Kong face Sweden next Monday, while Poland take on Japan, who lost 3-0 to Australia yesterday.