The Korea Football Association, which caused controversy after pardoning 100 soccer players who committed misconduct such as match-fixing and assault, then withdrew it, announced a new board of directors.
Chung Mong-gyu, head of the Korea Football Association, held a press conference at the Soccer Hall on the morning of the 3rd and announced a total of 25 directors, including a new vice-president and directors. Commentator Han Joon-hee and Ajou University head coach Ha Seok-joo were appointed as vice presidents, and Lee Geun-ho and Ji So-yeon were appointed as directors.
Chairman Chung Mong-gyu also abolished the position of executive director, who had been in charge of practical affairs, and brought former second vice minister of culture, sports and tourism Kim Jeong-bae to full-time vice chairman. Chairman Chung explained the background of the appointment, saying, “Full-time Vice Chairman Kim Jeong-bae, an administrative expert, plans to take charge of the working-level and manage the internal organization.”
Chairman Chung said,스포츠토토 “After the resignation of the board of directors, I wondered if I should step down on my own, but I thought it was my duty to do my best to finish the remaining 1 year and 8 months of my term. I apologize again for causing controversy.” It is.