After 1: 1 against Hapoel Hashem, around the champions still believe that the owner will sever the relationship with those involved in the affair, even if the case against them closes: "The moral matter is no less important than the criminal" • The players hope the situation will change and their members return to the roster: "No Should hang them "
"We need to see if there is a criminal procedure"
Maccabi Tel Aviv players hope their teammates allegedly involved in having sex with minors will be returned to the roster if the police close the case against them: "They should not be hanged," they said, but as is known, the decision is made by owner Mitch Goldhar.
As we first published yesterday in Israel Today, various officials believe that Goldhaar would be interested in severing ties with the two players even if no indictment is filed against them. A source close to the club's head said on Monday: "We have to see if there will be a criminal procedure or not but even if there is the moral issue and it is no less important. Nobody knows what Goldhar will decide, but it makes sense that he will decide that both players have finished Maccabi."
If the case against the two does close and the club still decides to say goodbye to those players, there is a possibility that they will be loaned to another team, transferred to the team that will take their contract or receive monetary compensation for the breach of contract.
Maccabi Tel Aviv players yesterday at the end of the game against Hapoel B'Sh. Hope for quieter days // Photo: Ami Shuman
Whether or not regardless of the decision to be made on the issue by Mitch Goldhar, the players around are already thinking about the possibility of playing abroad next season, for the sake of refreshment and flames when it comes to the affair.
In the meantime, Maccabi was disappointed with the case against BS, mainly because they did not get enough situations. In this context, the group hopes that, unlike previous windows this summer, they will succeed in signing a foreign striker.