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Guy Primor: "Scandal, it feels unsportsmanlike." Sakhnin: "They kindled the fire" - Walla! sport


Hapoel Beer Sheva CEO attacked after the players' bus on the way to Doha was delayed for long minutes: "The players were on the road for two hours. This is a super poor preparation "

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Guy Primor: "Scandal, it feels unsportsmanlike."

Sakhnin: "They kindled the fire"

Hapoel Beer Sheva general manager attacked after the players' bus on the way to Doha was delayed for long minutes: "The players were on the road for two hours." In Sakhnin, Abu Yunis attacked back:


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Yaniv Tuchman and Shlomo Weiss

Saturday, 18 September 2021, 17:48 Updated: 18:42

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Muhammad Abu Yunis Bnei Sakhnin after postponing the game against Beer Sheva (Sport 2)

Alona in Doha (Photo: Maor Elkelsi)

Great anger at Hapoel Beer Sheva following the farce of the game against Bnei Sakhnin.

After police announced about an hour and a half before the start of the game against Sakhnin the closure of Doha Stadium, the team’s player bus was delayed on the way to the stadium for long minutes.

After a big farce, the players of the visiting team entered the stadium only at 17:30, a quarter of an hour before the original opening date of the game, which will eventually take place at 19:00.

Director Erez Kalfon said after the decision to hold the game at 19:00: "We apologize to the Israeli football fans in general and to the Hapoel Beer Sheva team in particular for the mental anguish.

We take the events and the damage to the league's image very seriously and the issue will be taken seriously. "

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Preparations at Doha Stadium (Photo: Maor Elkelsi)

In Be'er Sheva, which made the long road from the far south to the north, the new CEO Guy Primor protested: "The players were on the road for two hours, the police did not let them approach the stadium. This is a scandal. We are not looking for excuses not to play, we have prepared for the game and we do not want to play, but it is not clear what is happening here. Police issued a closure order for the field and a quarter of an hour before the game it is unclear if the order is valid. It's not clear where it's going, super poor preparation and it feels unsportsmanlike. There is a dispute here between Sakhnin and the police about LEDs, they have been many for two days and we are the ones paying the price. By the

way, Sakhnin

's team is here and we are thrown in the street. "By the

way, in Sakhnin they also attacked Be'er Sheva, even though it was not really a party to this story, and a source said:" They kindled the fire when they did not want to play. It is true that there was a mistake with the police, but Be'er Sheva was hit hard. "

Muhammad Abu Yunis, chairman of Bnei Sakhnin: "There will be an hour's delay, but the game will take place. I do not know why we got into this situation, need to ask the police. It can not be that they will come an hour before the game and say to lower the LED system. She's not connected anyway. Someone decided to go with his head against the wall. We dismantled everything and remained only in the western stand which is closed anyway. Despite everything, they insisted that we dismantle there as well. From the moment we saw the police insist, we said we were breaking it down. At that time they could have brought in Be'er Sheva and then the game would have taken place in time.

"" But the police decided like that, too bad. I am not Don Quixote who can fight against the whole world. Last week the VAR and the judges and now the police. "Probably a question of the life of the chairman of Bnei Sakhnin. Beer Sheva says it's not fair? It's not me who decided that way. It also happened to us last season against Kiryat Shmona and we did not complain. Things happen. A delay of half an hour or an hour should not bother the player." .

Bnei Sakhnin dismantles the signs.

Will she be punished?

(Photo: Official website, Bnei Sakhnin)

Sakhalin CEO Khaled Duchi was interviewed on the radio and gave Sakhnin's version of what happened: "The police demanded that the signs be dismantled three hours before the game.

There were arguments, but we started to dismantle and within that time the police announced that the place was closed.

We ended up closing down postponing the game for an hour.

The truth is that they did not contact us for a whole week.

We installed the system three days ago and it is not dangerous and is installed in all stadiums in the country.

We suggested that the system be unplugged.

The police can say what they want and everyone can submit their side, but there are facts. "

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