Following curses and threats received by owner Moshe Hogg, the club announced that they would step up the fight against the fans' organization: "This is a group that is leading a racist protest. We will deal with any claim made in court against the club and its owners."
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Continues to be stormy in Betar Jerusalem. The club announced tonight (Tuesday) that it intends to sue the heads of La Familia in person following curses and threats directed at owner Moshe Hogg and his family.
"In order to try and calm the surface, club owner Moshe Hogg wrote, a post in which he seeks to avoid cursing in favor of the children who come to the stands," the club said in a statement.
"From those moments, the owner received harsh abusive messages, with his wife also receiving harsh threats and curses for his children that each of us was not prepared for his family to absorb.
"In a conversation the club had with police chiefs even before the game, it was decided that a number of people would not enter the game to prevent a flare-up inside. However, the owner decided to put them in and give a chance to prove they can act like fans, but when he met the heads outside the stadium, they Threatened that "the efforts are unnecessary and you should shut the girl's ears," at that moment Celebrates announced that they would not enter the stadium grounds.
"This is a group of people whose fans also point out to us as a factor for a large part of the audience not to come due to fear and apprehension. We intend to prosecute them, and sue the heads of La Familia soon on a personal level. This organization has names and is removed from all Betar Jerusalem games .
"We will deal with any claim made in court against the club and its owners. These are a number of people who have led and are leading a racist protest, which we could hear in recent games raises its head again. We will do everything to make Teddy Stadium a fun place for parents and children alike." .