Mark Sutcliffe, the former chief executive of the Hong Kong Football Association, at their headquarters in Ho Man Tin. Photo: Jonathan Wong Mark Sutcliffe, the former chief executive of the Hong Kong Football Association, at their headquarters in Ho Man Tin. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Mark Sutcliffe, the former chief executive of the Hong Kong Football Association, at their headquarters in Ho Man Tin. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong football unfairly tarnished by government Audit Commission report, former chief executive Mark Sutcliffe says

  • The HKFA’s top administrator from 2012-18 says the report, which is blamed for hampering the search for new CEO, is ‘badly written’ and ‘factually incorrect’
  • Sutcliffe is also disappointed the HKFA has failed to rigorously push back against the Audit Commission report when it was released in April

Topic |   Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA)
Mark Sutcliffe, the former chief executive of the Hong Kong Football Association, at their headquarters in Ho Man Tin. Photo: Jonathan Wong Mark Sutcliffe, the former chief executive of the Hong Kong Football Association, at their headquarters in Ho Man Tin. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Mark Sutcliffe, the former chief executive of the Hong Kong Football Association, at their headquarters in Ho Man Tin. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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