Today, a criminal ruling issued by the Jiangsu Nanjing Intermediate People’s Court published on the Chinese Judgment Documents website has attracted the attention of media including China News. The ruling states: “Wang Zihua, male, April 3, 1990 Born on May, Shenzhen Kaisa Club player... on August 3 and September 28, 2018 due to suspected illegal trading
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Although this criminal ruling was published on the Chinese Judgment Documents website on May 28 this year, because the person involved is a professional player, it has attracted a lot of media attention today. The Red Star News reporter verified this with the Shenzhen Kaisa Club. A related person from the club said: "He is no longer our player and has already left the team this year, so he cannot be said to be a'Shenzhen Kaisa Club Player', but only a'former player' ."
The relevant criminal ruling shows: On July 11, 2018, the defendant Wang Zihua was arrested and brought to justice. The police seized one UMP simulation gun and one revolver simulation gun at his residence. After identification, these two simulated guns were identified as guns. After being sentenced to one year in prison and suspended for one year and six months, Wang Zihua filed an appeal. The Intermediate People's Court of Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province rejected the appeal and upheld the original judgment.
Wang Zihua was born in Shenyang and joined the Guangzhou R&F Club in 2012, but failed to get a chance to play for the first team. He joined the Shenzhen Kaisa team at the beginning of 2014, but did not get any chance to play. Wang Zihua spent most of the time in the reserve team. In this season's Shenzhen Kaisa's registration list, Wang Zihua's name did not appear either. A related person from the Shenzhen Kaisa Club revealed to the Red Star News reporter: "His contract is about to expire. Since he can't play in the team, his leaving the team this year is a normal personnel adjustment."
In June this year, when Guangzhou R&F Club held its 9th anniversary celebration, "
According to a source familiar with the matter,
Red Star News reporter Jiang Shan Editor Li Xueli
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