Sun Weijie Net Worth

Sun Weijie was born in China. Sun Weijie's Yantai Jereh Oilfield Services Group, which trades on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, has earned a fortune as a supplier of equipment used in oil exploration and management. Yantai Jereh is based in Shandong Province but also has operations in Houston. Sun is a graduate of the Shandong institute of Business and Technology.
Sun Weijie is a member of Manufacturing

Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Place China
2004 Sichuan Jinying
2011 Fushun Hanking15(0)
2013 → Hebei Zhongji (loan)12(0)
Full name Sui Weijie
Date of birth (1983-04-06) 6 April 1983 (age 35)
Place of birth Dalian, Liaoning, China
Height 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)
Playing position Goalkeeper
Current team Chongqing Lifan
Number 17
Years TeamApps(Gls)
2002–2003 Harbin Lange
2005–2007 Happy Valley17(0)
2007–2008 Bulova Rangers11(0)
2008–2010 Fourway Rangers32(0)
2012–2013 Tianjin Songjiang25(0)
2014– Chongqing Lifan59(0)

💰 Net worth: $1.28 Billion (2021)

2013 $1.25 Billion
2014 $2 Billion
2015 $1.35 Billion
2018 $1.35 Billion

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Biography/Timeline

2004

Sui started his football career with Harbin Lange and transferred to China League Two club Sichuan Jinying in 2004. He moved to Hong Kong in 2005 and played for Happy Valley, Bulova Rangers and Fourway Rangers successively. Sui was involved in match-fixing scandal when he played for Fourway Rangers and invested by Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) in 2010. He left Hong Kong without charge and joined China League Two club Fushun Hanking in 2011.

2012

Sui moved to China League One side Tianjin Songjiang in February 2012 after Fushun Hanking failed to promotion and dissolved. He was the key player of the club and set a new club record for consecutive clean sheets with 708 minutes in the 2012 season. Sui lost his position in the club after Pei Encai became the manager of Tianjin Songjiang in 2013. He was linked with League Two club Jiangxi Liansheng in July 2013; however, he was loaned to another League Two club Hebei Zhongji several days later. Sui played 12 matches for Hebei Zhongji, helping the club gain runners-up of the season and win promotion to China League One.

2014

On 2 January 2014, Sui transferred to China League One side Chongqing Lifan. He became the first choice goalkeeper on the third matchday after Chongqing lost the first two matches of the season, helping the club to win a 27-match unbeaten run and promoted to Chinese Super League. Especially, Sui set a new China League One record for consecutive clean sheets with 796 minutes on 2 August 2014, beating the previous record of 732 minutes set by Yu Ziqian of Dalian Aerbin in the 2011 season. On 8 March 2015, Sui made his Super League debut in the season's first match which Chongqing Lifan lost to Beijing Guoan 3–0. On 24 May 2015, in a Super League match against Liaoning Whowin, he left his goal unguarded to take a water break after Chongqing Lifan conceded a free kick. Liaoning's Ding Haifeng took the free kick quickly and scored the equalizer as Sui was still drinking water next to the goal post. He was fined ¥50,000 by the club but kept his position as a main player. He played 28 league matches for the club in the 2015 season, as Chongqing Lifan secured to stay in the top FLIGHT for the next season. He became the second choice goalkeeper of the club after Deng Xiaofei joined Chongqing in 2016 season.