HKFA chairman Pui Kwan-kay and chief executive Paul Woodland, who left the top job in June 2020. Photo: Chan Kin-wa HKFA chairman Pui Kwan-kay and chief executive Paul Woodland, who left the top job in June 2020. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
HKFA chairman Pui Kwan-kay and chief executive Paul Woodland, who left the top job in June 2020. Photo: Chan Kin-wa

Hong Kong football continues CEO search after six candidates fail to make the grade amid heavy government scrutiny

  • ‘It is not easy to find the right person to lead an organisation with such huge tasks ahead,’ says HKFA chairman
  • Criticism from the government on the HKFA’s operations and performance is hindering the body’s search for the right candidate, Pui Kwan-kay says

Topic |   Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA)
HKFA chairman Pui Kwan-kay and chief executive Paul Woodland, who left the top job in June 2020. Photo: Chan Kin-wa HKFA chairman Pui Kwan-kay and chief executive Paul Woodland, who left the top job in June 2020. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
HKFA chairman Pui Kwan-kay and chief executive Paul Woodland, who left the top job in June 2020. Photo: Chan Kin-wa
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