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2021-09-17T17:48:56.656Z

Thanks to the martyred saint who fought in La Familia, Moshe celebrated for himself an industrial silence and for three years he was not required to provide answers to some burning questions about him



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Celebrating on them: The smoke screen behind Moshe's era is celebrating in Betar

Thanks to the martyred saint who fought in La Familia, Moshe celebrated for himself an industrial silence and for three years he was not required to provide answers to some burning questions about him

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Moshe Hogg celebrates the situation of Betar Jerusalem at a press conference (Photo: Niv Aharonson. Video editor: Nir Chen)

Last week, Moshe Hugag, the owner of Betar Jerusalem, announced his departure from the club. This is not a departure in the full sense of the word, of course, because why do something right until the end. Only without the section of the deposit, of the rights and of the trustee.



Regardless of what went on in this week's derby, this abandonment of celebrating is problematic.

But she's not the problem, it's just an inscription that has been on the wall from the first moment.

To understand where the problem is, what it is and how big it is, one can play a short trivia game.

We called him: "What does the average Israeli football fan know about Moshe Hogg?".

If really boring - and now holidays, then sure boring - this question can be broken down into a variety of small questions.

Questions that for some reason the sports media in Israel did not deal with in the three years of celebrating Betar, and even if they touched on some of them in a small way - did not really go into depth at any stage.

More on Walla!

Do not rush to celebrate: the heritage of celebrating in Betar

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What did he really want?

Moshe celebrates (Photo: Danny Maron)

These are questions such as: What does the Hapoel Beer Sheva fan, who played in the club's youth teams and served as his sponsor - have to look for in Betar Jerusalem? This is in addition to taking his word as it is - these are very high sums on any scale, probably that of Israeli football, probably within three years. And the return? Zero in total. So why, and more for a group you are not even a fan of?



Another possible question is - where did the celebratory fortune come from? Not that an entry in Wikipedia can faithfully reflect a person's story, but a mental life that there is - as of the time of writing this column - no less stories about business lawsuits than explanations about the source of his wealth. And this is another in Israeli football, where everyone knows everyone. Every kid on every stand knows exactly that Yaakov Shachar sells Volvo and Honda, that Barak Abramov is king of sushi, that Avi Luzon was a certified banker, that Eyal Segal knocked an exit, and that 94% of Katamon's budget comes from membership fees paid by the group's fans. But what is the source of celebrating money? And no, "make money in bitcoin" / "invest properly in crypto" is not an answer. In fact, we have here for three years a person who is not actually required to deal with some obvious questions.



But the real question, and the most important of all, seems to be: What does a celebrant want?

What motivates the man?

What are his goals?

What are his goals?

If he is a brilliant businessman who likes to make money, it is clear that a group with a business model like Betar Jerusalem's is not for him. Tickled the advanced stages of the Cup, did not produce or sell significant players and did not progress at all.If so, on the contrary.

A war on them is the most populist.

La Familia (Photo: Adrian Herbstein)

What did come out celebrating?

Of course, in the best tradition of recent years, where everyone - politicians, group owners, business owners - does what it takes to get likes and positive coverage, sometimes at the expense of improving what is in their area of ​​responsibility: went to quarrel with La Familia.

Not that these are members of the Scout movement, but in resuscitation - what are you going for the most populist thing?

And what about a three-year quarrel with these guys?

Spending Ali Muhammad a year of his career, you made a leak on a Middle Eastern scale with some guy from the Emirates who you thought was a sheikh at the level of a potential owner in the Premier League - and lo and behold, you run away and leave them loyal.



In fact, it's pretty clear what came out of celebrating the quarrel with La Familia.

All the unanswered answers to the questions raised here (and also to those who did not)?

So no one really demanded them from him, because why bother the martyred saint who treats the wicked racists

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