Chinese billionaire buys football team and forces the coach to let his overweight son play (video)

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Currently going viral on social media is the ridiculous footage of a young man who is said to be the son of a Chinese billionaire playing for a football club his father bought. 

The billionaire, HeShihua reportedly bought Zibo Cuju, a club that plays in the China League One (Chinese second division), and placed a condition on the coach to always play the son.

Even though the lad is overweight, out of form, and weighs 126 kg, he’s seen playing and taking corner kicks and other set pieces throughout the game.

Apparently, when we dug further, we realized the viral clip was taken in 2019 which means the whole incident happened almost three years ago but has now gained prominence after someone decided to propagate it on social media.

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And of course, it has caught on so well with netizens that people have no idea it happened a few years ago.

Watch the video below;

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https://youtu.be/2mYF39wZIrw

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