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UPDATED: 15:39, October 17, 2004
Beijing Hyundai fined $37,000
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he Chinese Football Association has made a judgment in the super league's first ever walk-off strike by fining Beijing Hyundai over 37,000 US dollars.

The CFA also decided to penalize the club with a 0-3 defeat to Shenyang Jinde and deducted three points from the team's total, reported China Radio International.

In addition, Beijing Hyundai general manager Yang Zuwu is banned from attending his team's games for six months, and the referee cannot work in any other super league matches this season.

The Hyundai team held the first ever strike in China's top league on October 2, in an away match against Shenyang Jinde.

Source: CRI


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