While the Korea Football Association’s surprise match-fixing amnesty controversy continues, KBS met Choi Seong-guk, a former national player who participated in the 2011 professional soccer match-fixing game, alone.
Choi Seong-guk said that he had no idea that an amnesty was being pursued, and that he was embarrassed by the Football Association’s attempt to pardon.바카라
Choi Seong-guk took part in match-fixing as a professional soccer manager in 2011 and received a severe punishment of permanent expulsion.
He was unable to engage in soccer-related work, so he made a living by doing day jobs such as courier delivery.
Then, since last year, he has been driving a bus and serving as a training assistant at a youth club in Gyeonggi-do run by an acquaintance, and controversy arose as to whether he was trying to return to the leader in an expedient way.
Choi Seong-guk said he was surprised by the surprise pardon from the Korea Football Association on the 28th of last month, when it was withdrawn after facing a backlash from public opinion. [Soundbite] Choi Seong-guk(Former national soccer player) : “I saw the news last night and thought about it.
I was very embarrassed, but at the same time I was confused.” [Soundbite] Choi Seong-guk/Former national soccer player : “There was no communication at all, and there was nothing, but it’s a pity that I made this decision… I think it’s too bad that it’s only for our players.” emphasized.