The list of 100 people pardoned by the Korea Football Association was released, a number of ‘match fixing, violence, bribery, etc.’

 Details such as the reason for the disciplinary action of the list of 100 soccer players that the Korea Football Association (KFA) withdrew after trying to pardon were revealed. According to the disclosed contents, various misconduct was numerous.

On the 5th, Ha Tae-gyeong (Busan Haeundae Gugap),온라인카지노, a member of the People’s Power National Assembly, obtained a list of 100 people subject to amnesty for soccer players, which recently caused controversy, and disclosed some of the contents.

Initially, the Korea Football Association kept silent about the personal information and reasons for disciplinary action of the person subject to the pardon. At the time, the association said on its official website, “When announcing the results of the Fair Committee, the list of persons subject to disciplinary action is not disclosed to the public. In this situation, disclosing the list of persons subject to pardon is announcing the fact of disciplinary action, which violates the Personal Information Protection Act and There is potential for defamation.”

Representative Ha Tae-gyeong’s office said, “On the 28th of last month, the Korea Football Association unexpectedly pardoned 100 soccer players for illegal activities, causing a stir, and we suddenly obtained a list of those subject to pardon. In addition to 48 people involved in match-fixing, we also expelled and Including those who were suspended indefinitely.”

“According to the list of pardon recipients submitted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Korea Football Association, in addition to 48 match-fixing officials, 52 unknowns were pardoned, including 8 for financial corruption, 5 for violence against players and referees, and 4 for cheating in practical tests. An additional list of recipients has been released,” he explained.

According to data released by Congressman Ha’s office, a total of 65 people were listed as eligible for pardon this time after receiving the highest level of discipline called ‘expelling’.

Among them, 43 were involved in the 2011 match-fixing incident and 5 were involved in the 2012 match-fixing incident and were expelled from the group. Of the remaining 17, 8 were expelled for financial corruption in 2009, 2010, and 2012, 5 for violence against players and referees in 2009 and 2013, and 4 for cheating in a practical test in 2015, respectively. done. 14 people who had been suspended indefinitely, a severe punishment, were also included in the pardon. From 2007 to 2017, they were each sentenced to indefinite suspension of qualifications for financial corruption.

In addition, 1 person for violence against player/judge (suspension of qualification for 7 years), 1 person for violation of other rules and instructions (3 year suspension for qualification), 3 persons for violence/abuse to referee (suspension of qualification for 5 years), financial corruption 2 people (suspension of qualification for 5 years, 3 years), verbal abuse/destruction of facilities and property, 1 person (ban for 1 year and 6 months), 1 person who participates in the tournament by an illegal player (ban for 3 years), guidance by an unqualified instructor and Those who received disciplinary actions, such as 1 person who gave up participating in a tournament or game (3-year suspension), intentional game delay and violence 1 person (3-year suspension), were included in the list.

In addition, 1 person withdrew from participation in a tournament or game (3 year suspension), 2 violence against players (1 year suspension), illegal player participation and AD card theft 2 people (1 year suspension), intrusion into the stadium and excessive judgment protest (Suspension of qualification for 1 year), Violation of other regulations and instructions 1 person (Suspension of qualification for 1 year), Registration certificate forgery and unauthorized rental, etc. 1 person (Suspension of 8 months), Violation of other regulations and instructions 1 person (Suspension of qualification for 6 months) ), and one person for verbal abuse, insult, and threat (suspended for 6 months) was also on the list of pardons.

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