Beijing News (Reporter Zhou Xiao) The style and discipline of Chinese football competitions at all levels has recently become the focus of attention again.
On the morning of August 18, the Chinese Football Association and the Chinese Football Federation preparatory team held a working meeting to maintain the game style and discipline and combat the ugly phenomenon in football, attended by the first responsible persons of the clubs in the Chinese Super League, the Chinese League One and the Chinese League Two.
At the meeting, the Chinese Football Association and the preparatory team of the Chinese Football Federation conveyed to the clubs the spirit of the "National Sports System Competition Discipline and Anti-Doping Warning Education Conference" previously held by the State Sports General Administration, and once again warned clubs at all levels not to touch The bottom line of rules, discipline, laws.
Before the meeting on the morning of the 18th, the Chinese Football Association issued two notices.
On the 17th, the Football Association officially issued the "Notice on Further Strengthening the Work of Style and Discipline in Various Football Events". The notice once again emphasized that in response to different forms of "fake gambling and black" phenomena, the Chinese Football Association will work with the Ministry of Public Security, discipline inspection, supervision, etc. Departments, with a "zero tolerance" attitude to crack down, resolutely put an end to such phenomena.
The Chinese Football Association will also set up a working group to supervise the style of competition and competition discipline in all competitions.
On the morning of the 18th, the Football Association issued the "Notice on Further Strengthening Referee Management", which also mentioned that the Chinese Football Association's Style Construction Supervision Office, the Referee Department, and the Chinese Football Federation Referee Office will set up a referee work inspection team to inspect the referee work. Strictly supervise the refereeing work of various competitions at all levels, and the referees who are suspected of participating in violations of regulations and disciplines will be severely punished in accordance with regulations once verified, and those with serious circumstances will be handed over to judicial organs for handling.
A few days ago, the match between the Guangzhou team and the Qingyuan team in the Guangdong Provincial Games Men's Football Team B A (U15) final was hotly searched for suspected match-fixing, arousing attention from all walks of life.
On August 8, the Chinese Football Association announced the launch of an investigation procedure to investigate the game; on August 15, the Guangdong Provincial Commission for Discipline Inspection and Supervision announced the establishment of an investigation team to investigate, with a "zero tolerance" attitude and serious accountability in accordance with regulations, disciplines and laws. responsibility.
For Chinese football, which is at a low point, the impact of this incident is extremely bad. Chinese football, which has experienced anti-gambling and anti-criminalism, needs to stretch this string again and abide by professional ethics.
The relevant person in charge of the Chinese Football Association also expressed the determination to purify the atmosphere of the stadium: the association's reporting channels are open, and if they receive clues, they will be thoroughly investigated.