Latest News:  
Beijing   Thundershower    26 / 17 ℃  City Forecast

Home>>China Society

Full list of officials and players convicted in soccer corruption trials

(Xinhua)

15:16, June 13, 2012

SHENYANG, June 13 (Xinhua) -- Following is the full list of officials, referees and players who have been convicted in the two rounds of Chinese soccer graft trials this year:

- Nan Yong, former director of the Chinese Football Administrative Center and vice chairman of the Chinese Football Association, sentenced to 10 and a half years in prison for taking bribers;

- Xie Yalong, Nan's predecessor as director of the Chinese Football Administrative Center and vice chairman of the Chinese Football Association, sentenced to 10-1/2 years in prison for taking bribes;

- Wei Shaohui, the former Chinese national team leader, sentenced to 10-1/2 years in prison for taking bribes;

- Li Dongsheng, the former director of the Technical Department of the Chinese Football Administrative Center, sentenced to nine years for bribery and embezzlement;

- Chen Hong, the former general manager of Chongqing Lifan club, sentenced to two years in prison with a reprieve period of two years for bribing non-state staff;

- Gao Jian, the former general secretary of the Chongqing Football Association, sentenced to two years in prison with a reprieve period of two years for bribing non-state staff;

- Shen Si, former national team player, sentenced to six years for taking bribes;

- Qi Hong, former national team player, sentenced to 5-1/2 years in priosn for taking bribes;

- Jiang Jin, former national team player, sentenced to 5-1/2 years in prison for taking bribes;

- Li Ming, former national team player, sentenced to 5-1/2 years in prison for taking bribes.

- Huang Junjie, referee, sentenced to seven years for taking bribes;

- Lu Jun, referee, sentenced to 5-1/2 years for taking bribes;

- Zhou Weixin, referee, sentenced to six years for taking bribes;

- Wan Daxue, referee, sentenced to six years for taking bribes;

- Lu Feng, former general manager of the Chinese Super League Company, sentenced 6-1/2 years in prison for taking bribes;

- Yang Yimin, former deputy director of the Chinese Football Administrative Center, sentenced to 10-1/2 years for taking bribes;

- Zhang Jianqiang, former referee chief of the Chinese Football Association, sentenced to 12 years in prison for taking bribes;

- Du Yunqi, former president of Qingdao Hailifeng club, sentenced to seven years for bribery and illegal detention of non-state staff;

- Fan Guangming, former Chinese Football Association official, sentenced 3-1/2 years for bribing non-state staff;

- Xu Hongtao, former president of Chengdu Sheffield, sentenced one year with a reprieve period of one year for taking bribes;

- You Kewei, former soccer coach, sentenced one year with a reprieve period of one year for taking bribes;

- Li Zhimin, former president of Shaanxi Guoli club, sentenced to five years for taking bribes;

- Wang Xin, former general manager of Liaoning Guangyuan club, sentenced to seven years for bribing and gambling;

- Wang Po, former general manager of Tibet Luhua club, sentenced to eight years for taking bribes and racketeering.

Email|Print|Comments(Editor:梁军、王金雪)

Leave your comment0 comments

  1. Name

  

Selections for you


  1. 4th Minorities Art Festival to open in Beijing

  2. Lanzhou MAC holds military transportation professional skill contest

  3. The thousand-year-old Tibetan paper

  4. Blue-green algae gathers in E China lake

Most Popular

Opinions

  1. China unlikely to undergo local govt debt crisis
  2. Plan to buy Diaoyu Islands a political farce
  3. Beijing Summit features five new aspects
  4. China’s courier industry primed for an overhaul
  5. Why China, US argue over PM2.5 data
  6. People's Daily Commentaries
  7. Nation needs private capital for resource demand
  8. Int'l board could give local stocks a run for money
  9. SCO is strategic choice for members
  10. Conditions not ripe for farm land privatization

What's happening in China

New system solves record number of criminal cases

  1. China wins saw blades dispute against US at WTO
  2. Foreigners to tell their Beijing stories
  3. Shanghai now costliest city on China's mainland
  4. Expats' donations 'help ease blood shortage
  5. Worries about EU's financial health send tumbling

China Features

  1. Beijing Summit features five new aspects
  2. A visit to Qiang Nationality in S.W. China
  3. 2012 West Lake Lotus Expo kicks off in Hangzhou
  4. Innocent photography: Sleeping baby
  5. People's Daily Online seeks English editor

PD Online Data

  1. Spring Festival
  2. Chinese ethnic odyssey
  3. Yangge in Shaanxi
  4. Gaoqiao in Northern China
  5. The drum dance in Ansai