Following the pardon by the Korea Football Association, this time, the Korean Football Association is foreshadowing a punishment by picking it up.
The Korea Football Association held a fair committee on the 20th of last month. Last February, Yonsei University and Kyonggi University discussed the disciplinary results of the Korea University Football Federation for the 59th Spring University Football Federation Tongyeonggi Semifinals. At that time, the two teams turned the ball in their respective camps for 23 minutes and showed no will to attack. The ‘ball-spinning controversy’ infuriated the fans. Fans poured out strong criticisms such as ‘It’s bad manners’ and ‘There is no sportsmanship’. The College Football Federation said, “I know that winning is important in a soccer game. However, I bow my head in apology for the loss of sportsmanship for any reason.” The University Football Federation held a reward and punishment committee and imposed a ban on the two teams from participating in one tournament hosted by the federation.
The Football Association judged that the results were not suitable for the disciplinary action of the College Football Federation. It was decided to reexamine the matter in accordance with Article 12, Paragraph 3 of the Football Association Fair Committee Regulations. The disciplinary action decided by the Fair Committee of the existing College Football Federation has no effect.” Accordingly, the University Football Federation decided to hold a reward and punishment committee on the 10th to re-discuss related matters. 먹튀검증
There are some controversial points. The Football Association requested a reexamination and some additional investigations from the College Football Federation. It contained questions about the game operation process of the University Football Federation. In addition, a specific person was mentioned and an anonymous survey or face-to-face survey was requested. Some say that ‘Isn’t the Football Association conducting an investigation with a specific discipline in mind’?
On the 28th of last month, the Korea Football Association decided to pardon 100 former and current players, coaches, and referees who were disciplined for various misconduct ahead of the team A evaluation match between Korea and Uruguay. Among the 50 players who were expelled in 2011 for participating in match-fixing in professional football, 48 were included. However, there was a strong headwind inside and outside the football world for the sudden pardon without sufficient discussion. In the end, the Football Association held a board meeting again on the 31st of last month and withdrew the pardon, causing controversy.