In the morning of June 25th, information from the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) said Mr. Can Van Nghia submitted his resignation as vice president of finance and basic agreed.
Mr. Can Van Nghia was elected as vice president of finance at the VIII VFF General Meeting. After more than 6 months in office, he resigned because of pressure to seek funding for activities of the team as well as VFF.
At the VIII Vietnam Football Federation Congress took place in December 2018, in the race to be vice president of finance and sponsorship mobilization, no candidate received more than 50% of the votes, so According to the election rules, the two candidates who received the highest number of votes were Mr. Can Van Nghia and Mr. Le Van Thanh were selected for the second round.
After that, the person selected as vice president of finance was Mr. Can Van Nghia when he received votes in favor of 36 out of 67 valid votes.
Mr. Can Van Nghia at the Vietnam Football Federation Congress took place at the end of 2018.
Before being elected as Vice President of Finance of VFF, Mr. Can Van Nghia served as Director of My Dinh National Sports Complex and retired from September 1, 2018. According to the Hanoi Tax Department, My Dinh National Sports Complex owes 314 billion dong of land tax in the period of 2012-2017, the time Mr. Nghia is the director.
On May 2, the Government Inspectorate issued a decision to comprehensively inspect the observance of legal regulations on the management and use of land and public assets in the My Dinh National Sports Complex.
This decision was signed by Deputy Government Inspector Tran Ngoc Liem. Within 50 days, the inspection team led by Mr. Ngo Dinh Long (main inspector, Department III under the Government Inspectorate) will be the head of the inspection team to inspect the management and use of public land and assets in the Complex. My Dinh national sport in the period of 2009-2018, and when necessary can be considered before or after the above period.
In the period of 2012-2017, My Dinh National Sports Complex was piloted by the government. Later, the complex leased land here to generate revenue.
However, in the process of implementing the policy of the government, the complex has arbitrarily leased a lot of land, neglected management to business units to open cafes, business restaurants, garage when not yet approved by the competent authority.
The recent conclusion of the State Audit pointed out that My Dinh National Sports Complex voluntarily leased premises, did not bid and publicize the price; not yet declared and paid land rent for short-term and long-term lease contracts.
From the mistakes, the State Audit recommended My Dinh National Sports Complex to strictly review and withdraw experiences for collectives and related individuals in letting the unit lease construction land. Stable warehouses and factories lead to slow implementation of the direction of contract termination of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.