The more I see the soccer association’s ‘in vain’ to the target of pardon for money and violence corruption, the more I frown

April 6, 2023 0 Comments

The more they sell, the more the Korea Football Association’s disastrous ‘naked face’ is revealed. The Football Association’s ‘missing’ was more blatant than expected. Accusations are pouring in as it is found that not only match-fixing soccer players but also financial and violent corruption actors are included in the amnesty for the ‘surprise’ by the Football Association, which has recently caused a great backlash.

On the 5th, Rep. Ha Tae-kyung, the power of the people, released the’list of pardon subjects’ submitted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Football Association. In addition to soccer players involved in match-fixing, there were also those who were expelled for financial corruption and violence. 토토사이트

The Korea Football Association held a board meeting on the 28th of last month and announced amnesty for 100 former and current players, coaches, and referees who were disciplined for various misconduct. Among the pardons were 48 out of 50 players who were expelled for participating in match-fixing in professional football in 2011.

However, there was a strong headwind for the Football Association’s sudden pardon without sufficient discussion, citing advancing to the round of 16 at the 2022 Qatar World Cup. The Football Association eventually held a board meeting again on the 31st of last month and withdrew the pardon, and bowed its head on the 4th when all the vice presidents and directors, including Lee Young-pyo and Lee Dong-guk, resigned. However, there are still many fans who give cold eyes.

As the list of pardons was released that day, the anger of the fans grew. According to the list of people subject to pardon released by Rep. Ha Tae-gyeong, in addition to 48 people related to match fixing, there are also 52 people who have been disciplined for financial corruption, violence against players and referees, and cheating in practical tests. Among the 52 people the Football Association tried to hide, there were 8 cases of financial corruption, 5 cases of violence against players and referees, and 4 cases of cheating in practical tests. They are those whose sins are not light in that they were even punished with expulsion or indefinite suspension of qualifications.

Rep. Ha said, “There is even a suspicion that the eight people who were suspended indefinitely for financial corruption are highly likely to be related to corruption cases that occurred inside and outside the Football Association at the time.” Criminal charges were filed for using the card, and four of them are suspected of being eligible for pardon.” He added, “The 10 people subject to pardon who were expelled in 2010 appear to be related to the bribery judgment corruption case, which was highly controversial at the time.” did.

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