After officially signing with Betar Jerusalem, Uriel Degani says goodbye to Hapoel Tel Aviv fans: "I was exhausted from wars"
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After officially signing with Betar Jerusalem, Uriel Degani wrote a farewell post to Hapoel Tel Aviv fans on Instagram, in which he explained his decision: "I have a request, breathe before you read everything, before you back up to Automat. This is the hardest post I have written here, I'm just before a new challenge and instead of just feeling good, my heart hurts. Dear fans, you have always been important and top priority for me. We went through everything together, even in the second league we were. For me, being a captain is not a movie, it's leadership, it's a responsibility For the club and for the fans. "
Degani attacked the Hapoel management and added: "I made a heavy and difficult decision and I owe it to you fans this explanation, not to anyone else. In all honesty - I just got tired. I was exhausted from wars over and over again - once it was expulsion, once arbitration, and now it's two months "On the professional side, I was good at Hapoel, I felt valued and in return I gave my all at a price that not every player would take."
To sum up, the brake wrote: "The last period was the straw that broke my and my family's back. I was willing to cut, and a lot! But on the other hand they did not want to commit to anything and by no means showed me the way out. It turns out that wars do happen in the summer. "Can a person fight when all odds are against him? I take this opportunity to once again say a million thanks to the fans who supported, cheered, encouraged and appreciated my fighting on the grass. The period with you will remain etched in my heart forever. You deserve more."