Legco Home Affairs Panel chairman Lau Kwok-fan (fourth from left) receives petition letters from a football fans' concern group before the panel meeting. Photo: Chan Kin-wa Legco Home Affairs Panel chairman Lau Kwok-fan (fourth from left) receives petition letters from a football fans' concern group before the panel meeting. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
Legco Home Affairs Panel chairman Lau Kwok-fan (fourth from left) receives petition letters from a football fans' concern group before the panel meeting. Photo: Chan Kin-wa

HKFA stands firm on board members despite Legco demands but willing to welcome ideas from stakeholders

  • Association chief Pui Kwan-kay says changes to the board would require a 75 per cent majority agreement from member clubs
  • Top management needs salary adjustments under new five-year plan after accusations of poor governance and malpractices

Topic |   Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA)
Legco Home Affairs Panel chairman Lau Kwok-fan (fourth from left) receives petition letters from a football fans' concern group before the panel meeting. Photo: Chan Kin-wa Legco Home Affairs Panel chairman Lau Kwok-fan (fourth from left) receives petition letters from a football fans' concern group before the panel meeting. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
Legco Home Affairs Panel chairman Lau Kwok-fan (fourth from left) receives petition letters from a football fans' concern group before the panel meeting. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
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