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Beavers Natcho: "I will have to think if I continue to play for the Israeli team" - Walla! sport

2021-10-13T18:09:08.575Z

The captain spoke about his future on 103FM and responded to the allegations against him: "It is easy to say that I do not sing the anthem, in all of Europe they will not say a bad word about me. For a year now I have been postponing surgery so as not to miss a game."



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Beavers Natcho: "I will have to think if I continue to play for the Israeli team"

The captain spoke about his future on 103FM and responded to the allegations against him: "It is easy to say that I do not sing the anthem, in all of Europe they will not say a bad word about me. For a year now I have been postponing surgery so as not to miss a game."

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Wednesday, October 13, 2021, 20:00 Updated: 20:05

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Listen to the interview with Beavers Natcho

"As a player, it's unpleasant that our teammate gets contempt and I wish this thing would not have happened from the beginning, more than that it's hard for me to say because it's something that is sensitive and explosive," Natcho said.

"Talking and saying 'Beavers didn't sing the anthem' is easy. It started with a piece that someone wanted to make headlines on my back and it became something that was convenient to say about everyone."

"I've been postponing surgery for a year so as not to miss a game on the team."

Natcho (Photo: Udi Citation)

Partisan Belgrade continued: "Go all over Europe, wherever I have been, ask about Beavers from Israel and not say a single bad word. I think it's more important than whether I sing the anthem or not. I respect the anthem, the flag and the country - and that's the most "Important. I have been attending every training session of the Israeli national team for 12 years, I have not evaded once. I have been postponing an operation for a year that I need to do so as not to miss a game."



In conclusion, Natcho talked about continuing his path in football in general and in the Israeli national team in particular: "I will continue to play football for at least another two or three years if, God forbid, nothing happens, but in the national team we will have to think."

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