The Hong Kong Premier League has been hit hard since the pandemic struck the city with many matches being forced to be played behind closed doors. Photo: Felix Wong The Hong Kong Premier League has been hit hard since the pandemic struck the city with many matches being forced to be played behind closed doors. Photo: Felix Wong
The Hong Kong Premier League has been hit hard since the pandemic struck the city with many matches being forced to be played behind closed doors. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong FA criticised by Audit Commission for making ‘little progress’ since Project Phoenix was launched in 2011

  • Situation not ideal but we need to work hard to raise the game’s standard, FA chairman says
  • Hong Kong’s Fifa rankings in both the men and women have declined since initiating Project Phoenix

Topic |   Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA)
The Hong Kong Premier League has been hit hard since the pandemic struck the city with many matches being forced to be played behind closed doors. Photo: Felix Wong The Hong Kong Premier League has been hit hard since the pandemic struck the city with many matches being forced to be played behind closed doors. Photo: Felix Wong
The Hong Kong Premier League has been hit hard since the pandemic struck the city with many matches being forced to be played behind closed doors. Photo: Felix Wong
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