After weeks of an ongoing saga, uprisings, rebellions, police and municipality issues and a lot of media noise, Barak Abramov today completed the purchase of Beitar Jerusalem from the hands of Moshe Hogg. After the official signing, Abramov issued an official announcement to the fans.
"I am happy and excited to be the owner of this huge club, which I have been a fan of for as long as I can remember. It is a privilege that has fallen to my lot and I believe with complete faith that we will march our Beitar to good places," he said, "We have a long way to go, but you have proven it time and time again That doesn't scare you."
Abramov also said: "The Flag of the State" is not just a song in the stands, it is the pure truth.
I know that.
You know that.
Now we have to do it together.
Unfurl our huge flag so that together we can return Beitar to the front of the stage, to the place where this huge club deserves to be.
You have gone through a very complex period of concerns and uncertainty.
It's hard, I know that.
I have hurt your pain, and now is our time to stand up as one man to make the necessary change.
Put everything aside and unite as one man for the benefit of the future of Beitar.
Finally, Abramov called on the fans to come en masse to the team's games: "Dear fans, after the countless messages and phone calls I received from you, I call to come to the stands and shake Teddy together. Words are over - now is the time for action. We intend to open the subscription campaign tomorrow, and this is your time to prove your loyalty to the symbol and the lamp. I call on every Beitar fan in Israel and in the world to lend a shoulder to the joint effort and make a subscription - to the father, the child, the sister, the mother. This is your time to act. Not in words, but in deeds. We will take care of a fighting team on the field, you take care For teams to lose points already on the way to Jerusalem. With your help and God's help, we will return the madness to the stands, we will come back with all our strength. Come on Beitar!"
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