The Korea Sports Council will also hold accountable the leaders who were identified as the perpetrators of the incident in which a Gimpo FC youth player
made an extreme choice and will make the final decision to maintain or add the Korea Football Association’s disciplinary action. got off.
According to Yonhap News coverage on the 18th, the Korea Sports Council recently held a Sports Fair Committee meeting and confirmed the disposition of five people who were disciplined by the Football Association in connection with the extreme choice of teenage soccer player Jeong in April of last year. /span>
The Fair Trade Commission held this meeting to request a reconsideration from the Korea Sports Council, the higher-level organization, claiming that the disciplinary action of the Korea Football Association 먹튀검증사이트
which oversees domestic soccer administration, was unfair for both the bereaved family members of Jeong and those identified as perpetrators.
The bereaved family said that the measures taken by the Football Association were not enough and urged the Sports Association to increase the level of disciplinary action, while the perpetrator argued that the existing disciplinary action was unfair.
After completing its own discussions last June, the Football Association imposed severe punishment on Gimpo’s former manager and coach
as well as the coach of Jeong’s team when he was in middle school and fellow players at the time.
At that time, former coach A of Gimpo was suspended for three years, and former coach B was disciplined for two years.
Former coach C, who was responsible for managing them, was subject to a two-year suspension of qualifications.
The former coach of middle school team D and his teammate at the time, team E, were given a one-year suspension
Suspension of qualification is a disciplinary action that prohibits all activities within the jurisdiction of the association. Among these, the Sports Council acknowledged the existing disciplinary effect for the former Gimpo youth leaders.
However, former coach D and group E accepted the opinion of the bereaved family and raised the disciplinary action from the existing 1 year suspension to 1 year and 6 months.
According to the disciplinary decision obtained by Yonhap News, the Sports Council maintained the existing disciplinary action against former coach A
who received the most severe disciplinary action, saying that the charges were acknowledged based on survey data from other players.
In particular, it was judged that Jeong’s words and actions at the time of his death may have caused significant psychological pressure and directly caused his extreme choice, as he was teaching students while under the influence.
The Sports Council also viewed former coach B’s actions in managing the team as a kind of violation of human rights, and the existing disciplinary action against them was based on the logic that former coach C had no choice but to take responsibility for the management of such internal problems leading to “extreme choices.” applied.
In addition, based on the decision of the Sports Ethics Center, which was in charge of the initial investigation of this matter, and the statements of the parties and officials
the Sports Council determined that Mr. E’s daily actions during his time with Mr. Jeong were a violation of human rights that caused humiliation to the victim.
The Sports Council took effect on this disciplinary action as of the 6th.
The extreme choice itself occurred in the Gimpo U-18 team, but looking at the contents of the will, the level of disciplinary action against these two was increased
saying that it should be interpreted that the experience in middle school had a negative impact on the victim’s psychology.
In addition, he pointed out to former director D that his failure to recognize E’s actions toward the victim was a failure to fulfill his responsibility as a manager.