Continuing with the Reds' complaint about the excessive amount of cops, the manager called for an immediate solution: "Existing the game is not economic and we do not see justification that the team should lose money"
Hapoel Tel Aviv fans at Drive In. Will there be a game on Saturday?
Continuing with Hapoel Tel Aviv's complaint about the amount of police officers who she claimed to be in the derby game, which is scheduled to take place at the Shlomo Group Hall on Wednesday night, the league manager contacted the police to check the amount of police officers and game organizers.
"The amount determined is 172 security personnel !! At a cost of NIS 120,000," said the executive director, "Due to the security cost, the existence of the game is not economic and we do not see justification that the team should lose money due to the existence of the game."
"The principal does not interfere with the security considerations of the Israeli police, but requires that if the police need a large amount of security, some of the teams will be on duty so that the burden does not fall on the group alone. The principal urges the police to try and find a solution soon."