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Corruption in more than 20 Chinese football clubs not exposed, Chinese media urges strict punishment

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Corruption in more than 20 Chinese football clubs not exposed, Chinese media urges strict punishment

The verdict was the latest to be announced in a series of anti-corruption cases in Chinese football. Chinese media reported that the only club involved in the anti-corruption case was Guangzhou.EvergreenAfter the five companies were exposed, at least 20 more clubs whose decisions revealed they were involved in bribery and match fixing have not made it public. The Chinese Football Association should punish them.

soccerThe newspaper recently published an article stating that he had worked in the Chinese Football Association,Chinese Super LeagueChen Zuyuan, Yu Hongchen, Chen Yongliang and others who held important positions in the company were recently sentenced. Relevant rulings revealed that at least 20 clubs were involved in bribery and match-fixing. Except for Guangzhou Evergrande, the other 4 clubs that were publicly named have been disbanded.

The article said that when the verdicts were announced in the last round of anti-gambling and anti-criminal cases in football, all 12 clubs involved were exposed and publicly punished. The anti-corruption case in football involved huge sums of money, but public trial details did not list the clubs involved and the detailed amount of bribes.

The article recommended that the Chinese Football Association punish all clubs involved in bribery and match-fixing.

The article also revealed that during the investigation of the Football Association by the public security and disciplinary inspection and supervision departments, some Football Association personnel took the initiative to confess or withdraw their stolen money after problems were discovered. Therefore, they continue to work in the Football Association or even remain in their original positions. This is obviously a big hidden danger in the future. In 2010, the Chinese Football Association may still have a “roly-poly” like Chen Yongliang.

Courts in several places in Hubei handed down sentences on five counts of corruption on the football field on March 26, sentencing former Chinese Football Association president Chen Zuyuan to life in prison, and former Chinese Football Association president Yu Hongchen, who was sentenced to life in prison in 2015. Was the Vice President of, included. The Football Association was sentenced to 13 years in prison. Year.

In addition, Chen Yongliang, former deputy general secretary of the Chinese Football Association and director of the national team management department, Dong Zheng, former general manager of the Chinese Super League Co., Ltd. and Liu Lei, deputy director of the Wuhan National Fitness Center, who is also the director of the competition department of the Wuhan Football Management Center. were sentenced to fixed term imprisonment of 14 years, 8 years and 2 years and 6 months respectively.

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