Tai Po celebrate winning last year’s Hong Kong Premier League but are now struggling to pay their players’ wages. Photo: Tai Po FCTai Po celebrate winning last year’s Hong Kong Premier League but are now struggling to pay their players’ wages. Photo: Tai Po FC
Tai Po celebrate winning last year’s Hong Kong Premier League but are now struggling to pay their players’ wages. Photo: Tai Po FC

Cash-strapped Wofoo Tai Po officials might have to ‘dig deep into their own pockets’ to pay players

  • The defending champions will first cover March’s salary before meeting players again next week
  • Coach Fung says players have taken up part-time jobs as drivers or mechanical workers to make ends meet

Topic |   Hong Kong Premier League
Tai Po celebrate winning last year’s Hong Kong Premier League but are now struggling to pay their players’ wages. Photo: Tai Po FCTai Po celebrate winning last year’s Hong Kong Premier League but are now struggling to pay their players’ wages. Photo: Tai Po FC
Tai Po celebrate winning last year’s Hong Kong Premier League but are now struggling to pay their players’ wages. Photo: Tai Po FC
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