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Cai Zhenhua to work in China's soccer sector

09-26-2010 08:42 BJT

Cai Zhenhua, the deputy head of China's General Administration of Sport confirms he would like to work in the country's soccer sector.

Cai says Chinese soccer has drawn negative attention recently, and the sport itself and its future are complicated. He also adds that he wants to get a full understanding of the issues relating to soccer in China. It's believed the President of the Chinese Football Association is likely to change, and Cai may be a qualified candidate. A group of soccer officials and club managers were detained for soccer gambling scandals after a nationwide crackdown began earlier this year.

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV

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