Kornfein warns: "Even if the Malul deal materializes, it is not certain that it will be good for Betar"
The former CEO, who negotiated with the intended buyer in 2010, recounts how he disappeared at the time and clarifies: "The enthusiasm should be cooled. Hopefully the test this time will be more thorough than in the case of Ben Khalifa."
The fans protested in training, Yossi Mizrahi promised them a change in the near future
Friday, 14 January 2022, 12:22 Updated: 12:32
Share on Facebook
Share on WhatsApp
Share on Twitter
Share on Email
Share on general
Summary: Maccabi Haifa - Betar Jerusalem 0: 4 (Eighth Cup Final) (Sports 1)
Against the background of the announcement of the signing of a preliminary agreement with the intended buyer Stefan Malul, former Betar Jerusalem player and CEO Itzik Kornfein, claims: Even if the deal goes through, it is not certain that this is good news for the team.
Kornfein, who was in talks with the same mullah regarding the acquisition of Betar in 2010 until the French-Jewish businessman disappeared, told Radio Jerusalem today (Friday): "I want to cool the enthusiasm. It is certain that it is good for Betar Jerusalem and that in a few years there will be no problems with it. "
Kornfein said: "In 2010, I met with Stefan Malul twice, once with Nir Barkat and once with Nir Barkat's adviser. "Then he severed ties with Malul. He severed ties as soon as a lawyer on our behalf asked questions about his assets and things that were published about him in France. I very much hope for Betar that this time the investigation will be more thorough and thorough than Sheikh bin Khalifa."
More on Walla!
One big question mark: Betar skepticism surrounding the Stefan Malul deal
To the full article
We've been burned by a lumber in the past.
Kornfein (Photo: Bernie Ardov)
About 30 fans came today to the team's training at home and in the rain, hung signs and shouted to the players "be ashamed" and "you have no respect" - against the background of the defeat to Maccabi Haifa in the state cup and the series of disappointing results of the team.
They then entered the lawn, talked to the players and asked them to continue fighting.
The fans even lit fireworks, and one of them passed near the frightened Jordan Shua.
The fans then talked to Eli Ohana and Yossi Mizrahi and asked for answers.
Mizrahi asked the fans to keep coming and supporting and even told them "with your support we can stay in the league, that's our strength".
Mizrahi even added that he believes they will soon see a change on the grass.
Joshua Mahias returned to Venezuela and will be tested, when it is still unclear whether he will be able to train soon.
The player claims that the surgery he underwent after the elbow fracture is having difficulties and he does not feel well with the hand.
Ural Degani is due to finish the isolation tomorrow and join the team.
Moshe is celebrating