Financially-troubled ATV could this week lose its broadcasting rights for domestic soccer games, the Hong Kong Football Association warned on Monday. According to a contract, the football body is required to pay the television station the second half of a broadcasting fee this week, but at an association board meeting, members accused ATV of failing to fulfil the terms of the contract in doing little to promote the sport. "We will hold talks with ATV to sort things out and may terminate the contract if they continue to ignore the agreement between the two parties," said association chairman Brian Leung Hung-tak. We will hold talks with ATV to sort things out and may terminate the contract if they continue to ignore the agreement between the two parties HKFA chairman Brian Leung Hung-tak At the beginning of the season, ATV beat off competitor TVB to win broadcasting rights for the inaugural Premier League after the association accepted a deal to offer the television station HK$2.5 million. Other than covering a number of live and recorded matches, ATV was also required to produce separate programmes to promote clubs and the sport in general before receiving the money. But so far, the television station has fulfilled only part of the agreement by covering live matches. The clubs have been left disappointed with most of the recorded matches being shown at late hours with little audience. Meanwhile, the association is trying to work out a comprehensive scheme to cover injured players' medical bills. This follows the bad injury suffered by YFCMD forward Wong Wei, who broke his leg when representing Hong Kong in the annual Interport Cup against Guangdong earlier this month. The HFKA has tackled medical costs for Wong, but in future, clubs are likely to be asked to join a scheme being worked out between the association and the Hong Kong Jockey Club Sports Medicine and Health Sciences Centre for the treatment of injured players - or pay their own medical insurance. Details of the scheme have yet to be sorted out.