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Segal in an attack on the court: "When will you divide a dismissal into halves?" | Israel today

2021-02-18T12:22:25.405Z

After the tribunal came to Hapoel Haifa and split its penalties for the derby events, the owners of Maccabi Netanya refuse to accept the lack of uniformity | Israeli soccer



After the tribunal came to Hapoel Haifa and split its penalties for the derby events, the owners of Maccabi Netanya refuse to accept the lack of uniformity

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Against the background of the recent decisions of the Football Association tribunal, which changed the order of expulsions at Hapoel Haifa, and even severely punished the Betar Jerusalem player, Eliran Atar, in what appeared to be a disproportionate punishment compared to the rioters in the derby, Maccabi Netanya owner Eyal Segal decided to attack The tribunal.

"And I ask, a question of heresy and really not waiting for an answer, after the recent rulings of the respected court (subject to strict regulation ...) of the Israeli football world, which maintains complete equality in the punishments of players, professional staff, managers and club owners and especially creative and groundbreaking. Way - when will you be the first to divide a distance into halves and halves, so that it works out in the teams' professional plans? "

Another faculty member wrote: "And I ask (another question of heresy), can the association budget for you, programming hours (if not, we will take care of a movie day ..) he will write, a simple formula in excel, where you will concentrate all the punishments, according to the group name, the severity of the offense , The sentence handed down by the court, so that the spotlight will flash at you, whenever your common sense, sticks to "corona" (or equivalent) ".

Source: israelhayom

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