Source: Football News
Our reporter later contacted Liu Junwei, who is in Suzhou. He told reporters that there was no abnormality in the club after the end of the first stage of the Chinese League. He and the coaching staff are preparing to arrive in Zhangjiagang on the 19th, and the ball is over. The teams reunited to prepare for the second stage of the game. I didn't expect to learn from the club's official WeChat account on the afternoon of the 18th that they and the coaching staff were dismissed from get out of class.
"We tried to contact the relevant leaders, but no one responded." Liu Junwei said.
This inexplicable situation made Liu Gui and his teaching assistant very hesitant, not knowing whether they should go to Zhangjiagang on the 19th.
Liu Junwei’s statement also proved that he learned through the media that he had been dismissed. “Neither myself nor the coaching team members have received any response or notification from Soochow Club regarding this rumor.” In the 2020 season, the first place in the Chinese League. In the stage of the competition, Liu Junwei's lead record was 2 wins, 1 draw and 7 losses. He ranked fifth in the Chengdu division and entered the relegation group.
Because Suzhou Soochow was promoted, the coaching staff has overcome a lot of difficulties during the coaching process, especially the shortage of personnel and constant injuries. Originally, the coaching staff hoped to meet with the club leaders before the team assembly on the 19th and report the number one. Stage work in order to prepare for the second stage, but he was dismissed by the officials without knowing it.
"In the football field, it is understandable for any coach to leave get out of class, but he unilaterally announces the matter without any communication. It is indeed very difficult to understand when we have been owed wages." Liu Junwei said. In his statement, it was also clearly mentioned that so far, the club has owed him and his coaching team members a considerable amount of salary.
According to the reporter’s understanding, this wage arrears for more than three months was unilaterally announced to terminate the contract, which was unacceptable to the entire coaching team. What's more, the club did not respond to Liu Junwei and others when this newspaper was published. Any reply to the question. This is what prompted Liu Junwei to finally publish a statement on Weibo.
Next, Liu Junwei and his team will continue to find ways to communicate with the Suzhou Soochow Club. If they do not meet and do not respond, they can only apply to the Chinese Football Association for arbitration.