The rich man bought the club and then decided to show them who the real boss is as he demanded that his son should be the main player.
He forced the coach to put his son in the lineup. If the young man weighed 126 pounds, it might not be surprising.
The order is that the boss’s son must participate in all games within all 90 minutes, and he is responsible for all interruptions, including fines.
Chinese businessman bought Zibo Cuju, a second tier Chinese side, and told the coach to play his son.
— Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) May 17, 2021
Meanwhile, the man, age 35 is the principle shareholder of Zibo Cuju Football Club, and during a match against Sichuan Jiuniu, he got subbed on just before injury time while wearing the No. 10 shirt.
In the CL1(2nd-division) match today between Sichuan Jiuniu and Zibo Cuju, He Shihua, the principle sharedholder of Zibo Cuju, was introduced into the match just ahead of the injury time. The 35-year-old enterpreneur/footballer wears No. 10 shirt. The match ended 0:0. pic.twitter.com/d0XfNFUFIZ
— Titan Sports Plus (@titan_plus) May 4, 2021