On October 27th, news came from the Suzhou and Dalian divisions of the Chinese Super League. The Chinese Football Association decided in the Chinese Super League referee work meeting in the morning on the basis of expert evaluation results that: the last moment of the Chinese Super League Hebei China Fortune and Shandong Luneng match on the evening of 26 Referee Ai Kun blew out the Luneng Fellaini's "lore ball" penalty as a misjudgment, and Ai Kun will also be suspended by the Chinese Football Association.
How to relaunch the hard-won 2020 Super League in a healthy and safe environment? Naturally, it has become a topic that the Football Association and the outside world attach great importance to.
Prior to this, national referee Yan Chengbin said in an interview with Red Star News: “According to the process of the Chinese Football Association, controversial penalties will be submitted to the review team of the referee committee. The review team is an independent body that will evaluate the penalties. Correct, the decision of the review team is also the final decision." According to the "Beijing Youth Daily": In order to ensure the objectivity and fairness of the review, the review team organizes 7 expert committee members to deliberate on the penalty in each round. In addition to the former "golden whistle" Sun Baojie and the former international referee Tao Rancheng who taught the rules for the national football team earlier this month, these seven also include senior referee experts such as the former female international referee Niu Huijun.
In addition, the Korean international referee Gao Hengjin, who had previously enforced the 16th round of the relegation match between Guangzhou R&F and Qingdao Huanghai in the Dalian Division, has quietly arrived in the Suzhou Division on the 25th, preparing to "assistance" in the enforcement of the key points of the division's championship competition. Race. The registered international referee of the Chinese Football Association, Ma Ning, who had previously enforced the law in the Suzhou Division, will return to the Dalian Division this week to continue to enforce the relegation competition.
According to the "Football News" report, before the qualifying match between Shandong Luneng and Hebei China Fortune, the Football Association has already issued a penalty for many Luneng staff who impacted the VAR room on the night of the 22nd, including assistants and translators. The longest may reach 7 months. But so far, the Chinese Football Association has not officially announced this penalty.
Qiao xueyang, editor of comprehensive report by Ou Peng, a red star journalist