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Tele interview: Role of the Chinese Football Association

04-02-2011 08:35 BJT

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To discuss these matchfixing allegations in more depth, we can now speak to Dong Jun, who is a sports commentator, here in Beijing. Good evening, Jun.

Q1. Could you firstly give us a little background on the various interests group that are at play in the football industry here in China, and how the system could allow this kind of matchfixing scandal to occur?

Q2. We just heard one person, who is being investigated over matchfixing, say the only people he hasn't let down are some officials at the Chinese Football Association. What can we read into this comment and can you tell us why the association is so influential and what the systemic problems are that need to be solved?

 

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV.CN

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