THE territory's Olympic soccer team have been rocked by rumours that there would be wholesale management changes. In a Hong Kong Football Association special councillors' committee meeting this week, national team managers Bruce Mok Bong-tung (South China), Ng Chung (Sing Tao) and Fred Ng Chi-keung (Kui Tan), plus Rangers' Philip Lee Fai-lap were elected as Olympic team managers and they had each agreed to pay $150,000 to $300,000 toward the team's training fund. However, Sing Tao chairman Ng Chung revealed yesterday that a HKFA senior official wanted the management team to resign. Ng, who said he was informed of the situation by Mok, refused to identify the HKFA senior official but said he would not resign unless the HKFA could give him a good reason to do so. Mok was not available for comment yesterday as he was on a business trip. Fred Ng is believed to be favourite for the post of head Olympic manager. But he would only say yesterday that there would be an important announcement made by the HKFA vice-president Veronica Chan at a councillors' meeting on December 28.