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Discussion in 'Asian Football Confederation' started by Angsa, Oct 4, 2016.
Zeshan Rehman has taken over as head coach of KC Southern District.
I think Suburbia was referring to the senior team.
Whatever, as long as Tsun Dai doesn't play for Hong Kong I don't care who on earth the SOB plays for.
HKFA slammed by Legislative Council for its ‘poor governance’
The Hong Kong Football Association has come under fire again for its poor governance, with Legislative Councillors slamming the association committee members for its continued absence from meetings for a period of up to four years.
Lots of criticism in there. Sometimes I do believe the HKFA are doing everything they can, but sometimes I think they are not really bothered.
You could say fire everyone and start over, but I wonder who would want the jobs? Very little pay and the people are very hard to please.
New Southern head coach Rehman in hot water after appearing in exercise video produced by the Western Police Station
Rangers undecided on 2020-21 season return, intend to sign Lam Hok Hei
R&F apply to return to Yanzigang Stadium
Kenneth Kwok was one of the candidates who applied for the head coach role vacancy of the Hong Kong national football team early last year which eventually went to Mixu Paatelainen. Sadly, the HKFA decided reject him due to his lack of experience.
Now that Eastern have the deepest squad in the league, you knew that eventually some players would leave for playing time. The news today suggests that Tsang Kam To, Tse Long Hin, Wu Chun Ming. Lau Hok Ming, Yiu Ho Ming and Chen Hao Wei will all leave the club before the season restarts. In particular, Wu will be loaned back to his old club Pegasus.
Lee Man have reached agreements for Michael N'Dri, Shapoval, Acosta and Gil and in addition, they have also secured Yuto Nakamura who spent the entire season on loan to Tai Po from Kitchee SC.
CEO Paul Woodland resigns amidst corruption scandal at the HKFA.
The latest twist in the scandal alleges that former Elite Development coach Sam Bensley was under qualified for his position but was advised not only to apply, but to ask for more than the Jockey Club's allotted salary for the position.
Tai Po FC is in financial trouble (again). The latest news is that Tai Po FC will pull out of competing in the remaining matches of the season. That means only 6 clubs will compete for the 2019-20 HKPL title. Head coach Fung Hoi Man has already left the club.
The HKFA held a press conference today to clear the air about their recent corruption allegations....or at least, that was the plan. Instead, Pui Kwan Kay took the opportunity to express outrage at the whistle blower who disclosed to the media that Sam Bensleys actual credentials were different from those on his application.
What was more egregious was that Pui spent eight minutes railing against someone named Philip (probably Lap Lap) for circulating an email against the Premier League clubs that they should consider breaking away from the league and forming their own league without the HKFA's involvement.