The Hong Kong Football Association may be forced to move the two remaining AFC Cup group matches out of Mong Kok Stadium following a complaint by the Asian Football Confederation. 'They say the media room cannot accommodate 70 people and the ambulance is not on hand 30 minutes before the match starts,' said HKFA deputy general secretary Lam Shing-kui. 'But we have been using the ground for a number of seasons and the AFC has never complained. If they insist, we will have to move the two remaining home matches to Hong Kong Stadium.' Eastern and South China are the two Hong Kong teams in the tournament.