In the context of the Chinese Super League has not yet restarted, Tao Qianglong and other six national youth team during the training camp to drink out of the incident has become the most concerned news in Chinese football in recent days. Yesterday, the Chinese Football Association officially gave a penalty decision: 在中国超级联赛尚未重启的背景下，陶强龙等六支国家青年队在训练营期间饮酒事件已成为近几天中国足球最关注的新闻。昨天，中国足协正式作出了处罚决定：
In the context of the Chinese Super League has not yet restarted, Tao Qianglong and other six national youth team during the training camp to drink out of the incident has become the most concerned news in Chinese football in recent days. Yesterday, the Chinese Football Association officially gave a penalty decision:
1. Cancel the qualifications of Tao Qianglong, Liu Zhurun, Peng Hao, Ren Lihao, Han Dong and He Longhai to enter the national men's football team at all levels in China;
2. Six persons including Tao Qianglong, Liu Zhurun, Peng Hao, Ren Lihao, Han Dong and He Longhai are prohibited from participating in matches organized by the Chinese Football Association for six months (from June 1, 2020 to November 30, 2020) .
3. Instruct relevant clubs to criticize and educate players in violation of disciplines and impose further punishments.
First of all, make it clear that there is no doubt about the attitude of the Football Association and relevant parties to the incident. Young players must be punished if they make a mistake and cause a bad impact; however, the specific details of the punishment will immediately cause controversy because of the previous Compared with Guo Tianyu, Zhou Junchen and other disciplinary incidents, the Football Association's penalty standards are hard to say.
In September 2018, Zhou Junchen, who at the time belonged to the Shanghai Shenhua U19, was punished by the Chinese Football Association as follows for organizing a dinner on behalf of the national team in Thailand during the game. Eligibility; 2. Stop Zhou Junchen from participating in the matches organized by the Chinese Football Association for 12 months, from September 9, 2018 to September 8, 2019.
In September last year, Guo Tianyu was punished as follows for playing mobile games in the auditorium during the U22 national team game and not listening to the leaders’ dissuasion. (From September 20, 2019 to March 19, 2020); 2. Guo Tianyu is prohibited from participating in matches organized by the Chinese Football Association for six months (from September 20, 2019 to March 19, 2020).
去年9月，郭天宇因在U22国家队比赛期间在礼堂玩手机游戏且未听取领导人的劝阻而受到以下处罚。 （2019年9月20日至2020年3月19日）; 2.郭天宇被禁止参加中国足球协会组织的比赛，比赛时间为六个月（从2019年9月20日至2020年3月19日）。
After simply browsing the three penalty announcements, anyone with a little bit of logic will doubt the Football Association's penalty standards. Guo Tianyu was playing mobile games in the stands, and his sentencing standards were similar to those of Tao Qianglong and others for late-night drinking and dancing; and Zhou Junchen’s unauthorized outings to organize dinners were lighter than late-night drinking and dancing. The suspension period was actually Tao Qianglong and others6 2 times that of people?
This can not help people ask, what is the basis for the Football Association to make the above punishment?
In the official penalty announcements of Guo Tianyu and Zhou Junchen, the Football Association has the sentence "in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Chinese Football Association "Implementation Rules for the Implementation of Regulations for National Football Team Players at All Levels", the following penalties are made"; The penalty announcement, in addition to the "Detailed Rules for the Implementation of the Regulations on the Management of Players of National Football Teams at All Levels," also mentioned Article 80 of the "Chinese Football Association Disciplinary Guidelines" as a basis.
Therefore, the author conducted verification on the two documents on the official website of the Football Association and major media. Among them, the title of Article 80 of the "Chinese Football Association Disciplinary Guidelines" is "National Team Officials and Players Violating Regulations at All Levels". The four subsections only say one meaning. Violations of discipline during the national team training competition will be punished according to the circumstances. However, the specific circumstances corresponding to which level of punishment are not involved.
As for the "Detailed Rules for the Implementation of Regulations on the Management of Players of National Football Teams at All Levels" mentioned in the six-person penalty announcements including Guo Tianyu, Zhou Junchen and Tao Qianglong, the author has not found the details and details of the relevant documents either on the official website of the Football Association or other media. Terms. In other words, the external transparency of the document needs to be improved.
The Football Association gave the basis for punishment in the penalty announcement in black and white, but you can find it out. To put it bluntly, the two documents involved are programmatic, and the main content can basically be summarized in one sentence: Violation of discipline in the national team training will be punished.
The history of Chinese football has repeatedly proved that the rule of humanity is greater than the rule of law.
The root cause of Chinese football's plummeting after the 2002 World Cup is that the Football Association at that time "personal system is greater than legal system." In order to prepare for the World Cup qualifiers that year, the Football Association made a decision to cancel the league promotion. This not only made Chinese football completely lose its hematopoietic ability, but also led to a large-scale proliferation of fake, gambling, and criminal activities in Chinese football.
In December 2015, Zhang Jian once said at the Second General Assembly of the Tenth Chinese Football Association: “From relying on the administrative instructions of the Football Management Center of the State Sports General Administration to manage Chinese football, to relying on the constitution of the Chinese Football Association, a corporate legal person. The management of Chinese football is a substantive content of Chinese football reform."
Why do we have to investigate the basis of punishment in the details of player violations and punishments? From an institutional perspective, this is the general public’s supervision of "putting power in the cage of the system." Unknowable law is unpredictable, and no specific basis for punishment can be given. Without the fairness of punishment as a guarantee, the authority of punishment is impossible to talk about.
This is the same as the referee blowing the game, you can blow it tightly or relatively loosely, but the problem is that you have to be consistent with both players. The most important skill of professional players is to find out the referee's whistling scale 10 minutes before the opening. As a referee, blowing the whistle is very loose to the home team and strict to the away team. In the end, there will only be one result-players on both sides are dissatisfied with the media. The fans also scolded.
The football association's decision to penalize players is not just about a game, it may have an impact on a club for a season.
When Tao Qianglong and other six national youth teams were out drinking during the training camp, some media people immediately made such remarks: It is time to test the Football Association. On the one hand, China National Youth League cannot be separated from Tao Qianglong and other strong players. It may protect the young players; but on the other hand, the pressure of public opinion from the outside is always urging the Football Association.
Even Cheng Yaodong, the head coach of the National Youth Team, expressed his opinion on the incident for the first time, and he also showed that he was "pleading" for the young players: "After all, they are still young players. In the controllable range, if the players deeply understand this mistake , I think it’s better to focus on education and give players opportunities."
My opinion is that the Chinese Football Association's care for young players should never be reflected in the link where players make mistakes and accept punishment. The Football Association and related leaders and coaches must show their care and love for young players. Daily life is okay, on the training ground, and even small players usually do not interfere with the club, but they should definitely not appear at this moment.
Relatively severe penalties can not only allow young players to fully realize their mistakes at the beginning of their careers; more importantly, the penalties of the Football Association also convey the values and values of Chinese football to the media, especially the entire football industry. basic requirements.
There may be fans who say that 6 small players are not allowed to play any games for half a year, and they have abandoned you. The six young players don't cherish their careers. What is the use of all kinds of encouragement? Even if he worked hard and disciplined like Wu Lei, he had made some small mistakes in his career, but would his ambition and career be completely stranded because of Xu Genbao's punishment (Wu Lei was also punished by Xu Genbao when he was young) ?
Compared with the personal careers of six young players such as Tao Qianglong, it is more important to completely reverse the depravity of Chinese football without organization and discipline. Be strict with Tao Qianglong and other teenagers today, and that trend may continue for a while; only in this way can Chinese football have a future in the long run, and it will not be like today: it is the same without anyone.
In the face of short-term results and long-term discipline, the leaders of the Chinese Football Association have been making choices. After all, results are quite important!
On this topic, the author gives two examples to illustrate the pros and cons. One is Mbia to Wuhan Zall last season; the second is Tevez to Shanghai Shenhua in 2017 season. Whether it's Wuhan Zall last season or Shanghai Shenhua in 2017, the situation in the league is not good, and a little carelessness will fall into the relegation zone.
Under such circumstances, the team's foreign aid may release themselves and play big names to make their temper; the subtext behind it is that I am unwilling to refuse to play a game or two, your head coach's seat may be dangerous. This is indeed the case, but Li Tie and Shanghai Shenhua have adopted completely different attitudes, and they have had completely opposite endings.
Last season, Mbia suddenly felt homesick and wanted to renew his contract; he suddenly told Li Tie before the game that he was injured and could not appear. Li Tie's attitude is that he would rather the team lose and it is absolutely impossible to break the iron discipline of the team. Later, Mbia failed to enter the big squad for several consecutive rounds, but the team's steel-like defensive discipline has topped it. Wuhan Zall has survived the most difficult games and finally relegated to the dark horse last season.
The same is homesick Tevez, Shanghai Shenhua's attitude is: Tevez is really too important to the team, we can not live without him, we must coax and love. In the end, the Argentine not only did not come up with any data, but also messed up the atmosphere of the entire team. That season, Shanghai Shenhua not only became a financial taker, but also completed the thrilling relegation at the last minute.
The comparison between these two examples is obvious. For a team, iron discipline is always the most important; especially for the current stage of Chinese football, there is no saying that the next level will be the next level of the team because There are not many grades available. On the contrary, if Chinese football wants to go to a higher level in the long run, it is more important to grasp the overall discipline of the league and the national team than to cultivate the individual in the long run, so that the awareness of rules can take root in the soil of Chinese football.
How bad is the legal awareness and rule awareness of Chinese players? Liaoning Football Team was disbanded, but players who were owed salaries were still trying to get a salary. When the 33-year-old veteran Zhang Ye was interviewed by the media, he told a surprising truth: Most of the players in Liaoning Football Club negotiated contracts with their former bosses and negotiated. Just look at the amount of money and sign it for yourself. Other contract details are basically ignored. "After you give it, you can sign it and you're done."
The agent helped the players check the contract, which never happened to the 33-year-old veteran Zhang Ye. Prior to this, there were also many players who spoke out. The players really did not understand the law and many social rules. Regarding their own vital interests and real wage players, they still don’t read the contract, carefully study the rules, let alone other things.
The legal awareness and rule awareness education of Chinese players is really a long way to go.