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You are all to blame: the problem of the Premier League is not Bnei Sakhnin - Walla! sport

2022-05-17T09:33:11.194Z

Because of the principal, who repeatedly rescues her from failures. Because of the lax court of the association. Because of the budget control that allows team owners to abuse players



You are all to blame: the problem of the Premier League is not the people of Sakhnin

Because of the principal, who repeatedly rescues her from failures.

Because of the lax court of the association.

Because of the budget control that allows team owners to abuse players.

Looking for the culprits in what happened yesterday in Petah Tikva?

There are many addresses besides Sakhnin

David Rosenthal

17/05/2022

Tuesday, May 17, 2022, 11:00 p.m.

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Maccabi Haifa fans outside the players' bus after the cancellation of the game against Bnei Sakhnin (Walla! Sports system)

The game between Maccabi Tel Aviv and Hapoel Beer Sheva last night in Bloomfield was a very important event.

No, not because this mediocre encounter is a direct confrontation for second place, but because it crowned Maccabi Haifa the champion in the way it deserves, relative to the circumstances - on the field.



The farce that preceded the Bloomfield confrontation can no longer be corrected, but a formal coronation, though merely symbolic, should be declared in a more dignified way than a technical victory.

So Maccabi Tel Aviv and Hapoel Beer Sheva took these chestnuts out of the fire, and at least the Greens can celebrate a title in a more appropriate way - based on real points earned and not a straw victory achieved "on the negotiating table".

More on Walla!

The principal fined Sakhnin NIS 250,000 and is demanding a harsh punishment from the association

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Apologize?

Yes.

to take responsibility?

No way.

The ushers force is getting ready for the game before it was canceled yesterday in Petah Tikva (Photo: Kobi Eliyahu)

Sakhnin is not to blame.

It's never them.

They wanted, they worried, there are no ushers in Shlomo Insurance Stadium, the fans of the second group started throwing stones in Doha, the police alienate them as they would not alienate any Jewish group and more priest and priestess.

In Sakhnin, many apologies have been made for failures in the past year, but you will not hear the word "we made a mistake" from them.

Apologizing for a situation is easy, it's something that just happened.

to take responsibility?

Well, that's another problem.



This club, which mocks every proper manager wherever he is and rides on the demon of racism and discrimination time and time again, does in the league administration and in the association as he pleases.

Maccabi Haifa will receive a technical victory, Big Fucking Deal.

Sakhnin will be punished, wow, you deterred them.

Reduction of points on probation?

Shhhhh, that's tough.

Undoubtedly, the lesson will be learned.



If you really want to punish Sakhnin, you have to rule in the association's court on actually dropping points.

Not the season when it does not determine, next year.

Start at minus 4. Make another fuss in organizing a home game and snatch another minus.

But it is doubtful if anyone has the courage.

Sakhnin beeps at the rules knowing that the dogs will continue to bark and the caravan will pass.

This is exactly the problem - it's hard to believe that someone really can or wants to mess with this hot potato.

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"I decided at this point."

What does it mean, 'at this point'?

Erez Kalfon (Photo: Reuven Castro, Ruby Castro)

But you know what?

Sakhnin is really not to blame.

Who is to blame?

Everyone around them.

The director of the leagues, who imposed a ridiculous fine of NIS 30,000 on her for postponing a game for an hour and a quarter against Hapoel Beer Sheva earlier this season.

Budget control, which turns a blind eye to phenomena such as the dismissal of the Nisnov brothers and falls into bins that contain dubious characters, such as Amir Kabiri with the sculptures and Moshe celebrates with the disappearing crypto code (as a rule, serious reform must be carried out. ? Under the auspices of the control, of course).

The association's tribunal, which has long since become a meaningless circus (let's remember - Sakhnin's radius was not supposed to exist at all yesterday, but was brought forward at its request) and more.

There is no institution that holds a position in Israeli football that is not tainted by interests, centers of power or simply a misjudgment that allows teams in general and the people of Sakhnin in particular to evade real and time-consuming punishment.



Life is not black and white.

It is clear to all of us that if they had followed the book here, in the aggregate there would have been maybe seven or eight teams playing in the top two leagues together.

On the other hand, such promiscuity can no longer be seen.

Will anyone ever pay a price for his omissions?

If Sharon Nisnov can decide on his own to fire players and get backing from the budget controller, what is the wonder that everyone feels he can do what he wants? (Photo: Udi Citiat)

"A disgraceful and shameful event in the history of football. This is not a malfunction, it is a consistent pattern of action," said CEO Erez Kalfon before imposing a NIS 250,000 fine on Sakhnin, but note the three words in which his announcement began: "I have decided at this stage." I mean, the amount is negotiable. We hope that the negotiations are only upwards and not downwards, because we are satisfied with discounts for Sakhnin.



So keep crying about our football, the contempt for the fans, the funny summonses to the court, the lack of professionalism and the criminality that pulls behind the scenes with the wires of some of the Israeli football teams.

Let me bet that this time too nothing will change.

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