HKFA vice-chairman Pui Kwan-kay says local soccer will be much better off if the association's board lets key staff, who are trying to revitalise the game, get on with their work. Photo: Jonathan Wong HKFA vice-chairman Pui Kwan-kay says local soccer will be much better off if the association's board lets key staff, who are trying to revitalise the game, get on with their work. Photo: Jonathan Wong
HKFA vice-chairman Pui Kwan-kay says local soccer will be much better off if the association's board lets key staff, who are trying to revitalise the game, get on with their work. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong Football Association board urged to stop interfering and let staff do its job

Vice-chairman Pui Kwan-kay says a hands-on approach from directors, many of whom are involved with clubs, leads to perceptions of conflict of interest

Topic |   Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA)
HKFA vice-chairman Pui Kwan-kay says local soccer will be much better off if the association's board lets key staff, who are trying to revitalise the game, get on with their work. Photo: Jonathan Wong HKFA vice-chairman Pui Kwan-kay says local soccer will be much better off if the association's board lets key staff, who are trying to revitalise the game, get on with their work. Photo: Jonathan Wong
HKFA vice-chairman Pui Kwan-kay says local soccer will be much better off if the association's board lets key staff, who are trying to revitalise the game, get on with their work. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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