Former K League 2 Ansan Greeners coach Lim Jong-heon, who was indicted for accepting money in exchange for joining a professional football team, has admitted all charges. “I admit all the charges and am deeply sorry,” Lim’s defence lawyer said at the first hearing before Judge Kim Sang-il of the Seoul Central District Court Criminal Division 1 on the 20th.Lim answered “yes” to the court’s question, “Do you admit all the crimes?”Lim is accused of accepting 40 million won from agent Choi Moe in exchange for selecting two South Korean players for the Thai Navy FC team in 2018 and 2019.He is also accused of defrauding a player of 60 million won by promising to sign him to a professional club (fraud).His agent, Choi, who went on trial with him, denied the embezzlement charge, saying, “I admit that money was exchanged, but I can’t say that Lim was in a managerial position at the time (2018).”Former Yonsei football coach Shin Mo denied the allegations outright. Shin is accused of taking 60 million won in donations and personnel fees from Choi after three of his players joined professional teams. Shin’s defence argued that she did not 스포츠토토존 receive any unauthorised requests and did not influence the recruitment process.

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