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A lawsuit is being formulated: Dor Micha will demand about NIS 2 million from Maccabi Tel Aviv - Walla! sport

2021-09-24T06:08:46.772Z

After a long deliberation that stemmed mainly from his hopes of returning, the midfielder is expected to sue his youth club following his release last summer which led to a significant drop in hundreds of thousands of euros in his salary



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A lawsuit is being formulated: Dor Micha will demand about NIS 2 million from Maccabi Tel Aviv

After a long deliberation due mainly to his hopes of returning, the Beer Sheva midfielder is expected to sue his youth club following his release last summer due to the minors' affair, which caused hundreds of thousands of euros in financial damage.

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Yaniv Tuchman

Thursday, 23 September 2021, 20:37

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Noble Omar has already met Maccabi Tel Aviv since the well-known affair from more than a year ago, in which he was expelled from the club.

But Dor Micha will have his first meeting on Saturday with the team in which he grew up, with which he reached individual and team achievements and even wore the captain's armband more than once.



It's not an easy week for Micha, regardless of the special excitement he feels ahead of the game on Saturday night at Turner.

What Hapoel Beer Sheva went through yesterday with missing the decisive penalty in the Toto Cup final against Maccabi Haifa is something that will accompany it for quite some time to come, and not because of the missed kick itself.

The outburst of emotions stemmed from all the difficult year he experienced: the expulsion from Maccabi Tel Aviv, the difficult move to Cyprus, the hope that he would return to Kiryat Shalom and eventually land in Be'er Sheva.

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For many months, Micha debated whether to file a lawsuit against Maccabi Tel Aviv. Last summer, in the midst of the minors affair, the club decided to unilaterally release him and Noble and inform them that they could not be team players in light of what had happened and that they had to find new teams. Micha, as well as Noble, left for Cyprus and signed with Famagusta Anorthosis, earning much less than Maccabi Tel Aviv. This is a difference of several hundred thousand euros, and as mentioned, for a long time Micha was debating whether to file a lawsuit in the matter against his youth club.



The main dilemma probably stemmed from the hope he had of returning after one season to the yellow uniform, especially after the case was closed out of innocence and his noble friend moved to Maccabi Haifa who had no problem joining him. In the end, Maccabi Tel Aviv did not return Micha to its ranks, and in recent weeks a lawsuit has been filed by the player against the club, which will be filed by the lawyer Roi Rosen, who was hired to handle the case.



This lawsuit is expected to be filed in the coming weeks and the amount is expected to be around two million shekels.

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