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That Danny Abdia and Linoy Ashram will withstand the pressure, Sharaz Zehavi will take responsibility, learned from Jordan Jerby: Paz Hasdai has 35 small hopes for the new year, including the commentators we are tired of hearing, and the news we are tired of reading



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Best wishes for the new year: small hopes of sports fans for the year 5771

That Danny Abdia and Linoy Ashram will withstand the pressure, Sharaz Zehavi will take responsibility, learned from Jordan Jerby: Paz Hasdai has 35 small hopes for the new year, including the commentators we are tired of hearing, and the news we are tired of reading

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Saturday, September 19, 2020, 12:00 p.m.

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1. That Danny Abdia will meet half of his expectations in Israel.



2. Sharaz Zahavi will wake up one morning and say to himself, "Walla Batachles, it's not serious that I'm a commentator on the Premier League's round - up program, it's too demanding a role, or I'll change my attitude or announce my departure.



3. Sasson Weissman will meet half of his expectations at Valladolid.



4. That next summer in Tokyo Linoy Ashram will do what she knows, no more and no less, it will suffice.



With all due respect to the podcasts, Omri Caspi will return to being a basketball player.



6. that Professor Grotto's name should appear as little as possible in the sports sections.



7. In general, a significant reduction in news items that open with the words "league director", "players' organization", "sent for isolation", etc.



8. Not to mention reports of intrigue at the association secretariat.



9. Or quotes from Rami Cohen.



10. that no owner of a sports team will absolve himself of responsibility and decide that he fines the players just because he is nervous and sucks at a loss and plays it tough that takes to heart and wants to prove to fans that he is not willing to put up with this disgrace.

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11. Their golden hair will return to being a footballer.



12. That Noble Omar and Micah's generation will apologize, but really.



13. Or at least they will understand what is wrong with what they did.



14. That three Israeli women reach the home stage of the European League.



15. (No need for the Champions League, this is not our place, there is no point in humiliation).



16. We are already coming to terms with the Maccabi Haifa championship festival, and are really happy with their joy, but there is no point in going out of proportion.



17. That the National League broadcasts will cease to be a "cult celebration."



18. Or at least then we should not be surprised that no one takes it seriously.



19. That someday someone will examine basketball fans and come up with a fictitious news story about a new foreigner landing in the Premier League, with a past in a fictitious college and the Development League and a resume of the King of Baskets in the Philippines - and we'll see who cares and who really cares.



20. That Beavers Natcho will continue to enter Berkowitz, without fear.

Proportions, guys (Photo: Lilach Weiss)

21. Despite their contribution to the local experience and their ability to produce amusing headlines - let the Nisnovs go home.



22. And if it is possible that we are in conflict with Eli Tabib, they will not be invited for another two years to interpret.



23. Let someone explain to us how it happened that suddenly Roni Levy no longer knows how to coach.



24. Shamanor Solomon will move to the league we will be able to see.



25. That Jonathan Cohen will stop flying on himself.



26. (Although we have long since stopped watching the early studio, but) that the sports channel will continue to treat the Champions League broadcasts with professionalism and solemnity (there is something comforting and encouraging about that).



27. That Hapoel Petah Tikva will return to the Premier League.



28. The League of Nations will be eliminated.



29. Neglected European enterprises in the basketball industry do not have to be reported in the media.

That's exactly why WhatsApp groups were set up.



30. That the commentator Avi Nemani will stop embarrassing us, himself, the broadcast and the class.

Do you happen to know a group that needs strengthening?

Nemani (Photo: Danny Maron)

31. Put the ball in the hands of Yuval Sussman and Yam Madar.



32. Thanks to Jordan Jerby parents will understand that sport is not just football, that through the disciplines of Olympic individuals it is possible to grow not only winners, but quality human beings.



33. Sharfi Dahan will win the fight against Maccabi Haifa.



34. An Israeli tennis player in a Grand Slam tournament.



35. Let the audience return.

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