A taskforce has been set up to improve the structure of the Hong Kong football league following poor results in an Asian Football Confederation (AFC) report. At the First Division Club meeting yesterday, representatives from four teams - champions South China, Kitchee, Happy Valley and newcomers Four Way - were appointed to lead the committee. 'They will propose changes and make suggestions to the Hong Kong Football Association, but we do not set a timeline,' said FA's deputy general secretary Lam Shing-kui. Four Way will be the 13th team in the First Division next season. The team budget is HK$8 million, and most of the squad will be made up of players from Bulova Rangers who were relegated after coming bottom last season. The AFC gave Hong Kong a 'D' grade in their report and threatened exclusion from the proposed 2010 AFC Pro-League. FA chairman Brian Leung Hung-tak had already said they would ask the clubs to form a management structure with a chief executive to look after competitions, marketing, media and finance. The clubs, meanwhile, requested not to travel to Dongguan for their away matches against Sheffield United Redbull. They want to play instead at the ground of newcomers Xiangxue Shenzhen.