HKFA chief executive Mark Sutcliffe says Project Phoenix has made great progress over the last two years and that it is worth persevering with to keep soccer alive in the city. Photo: Edward Wong HKFA chief executive Mark Sutcliffe says Project Phoenix has made great progress over the last two years and that it is worth persevering with to keep soccer alive in the city. Photo: Edward Wong
HKFA chief executive Mark Sutcliffe says Project Phoenix has made great progress over the last two years and that it is worth persevering with to keep soccer alive in the city. Photo: Edward Wong

'Football will die' in Hong Kong without funding under Project Phoenix

HKFA chief executive Mark Sutcliffe says Project Phoenix has made great progress over the last two years and that it is worth persevering with to keep soccer alive in the city. Photo: Edward Wong HKFA chief executive Mark Sutcliffe says Project Phoenix has made great progress over the last two years and that it is worth persevering with to keep soccer alive in the city. Photo: Edward Wong
HKFA chief executive Mark Sutcliffe says Project Phoenix has made great progress over the last two years and that it is worth persevering with to keep soccer alive in the city. Photo: Edward Wong
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