Beitar is praying for a "fruitful morning", with the aim of getting a definitively last extension
Abramov and Hogge talked, Junger promoted matters with the municipality and the police, but even after an optimistic night, Beitar still had quite a few open ends ahead of the deadline at 12:00: "There is goodwill from all parties.
If there are only technical details left to complete the transaction, we are sure we will get an extension"
Wednesday, August 10, 2022, 06:40
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Moshe Hogg's press conference (photo: Yotam Ronan, video editing: Tal Raznik)
Beitar Jerusalem fans found it difficult to close their eyes during the night, in preparation for the morning (Wednesday) that will determine the team's fate. After shaky days, in the coming hours the picture should become definitively clear: will the team be purchased by Barak Abramov and remain in the Premier League, or will the deal not go through And Bitar will start again in the First League.
The answers should arrive by 12:00, when the deadline set by the football association for the club will apply.
Until then, we will provide you with regular updates on the happenings and developments.
This time it's really money time.
Abramov and celebrating (photo: official website, Doron Shiner)
An official at the club said tonight: "Some things have been resolved and some have not, we will continue to work this morning on all fronts. There is good will on the part of the parties. At the moment it looks like we will have to ask for an extension, and if it is only for technical completions, it will reach us and we are convinced that they will give us It should be a fruitful morning, if we don't present a finalized agreement by 12, there will be other problems and we will be relegated."
Abramov and Hogeg returned to promote matters late yesterday.
Junger reached a kind of outline with the municipality, and the big problem is that as of 02:00 at night there was no positive news from the police, who continued to create difficulties and demand a deposit of NIS 5 million from Barak Abramov.
Today begins a new day.
Junger is exchanging drafts with Abramov's lawyer, Roi Rosen, but here too nothing has been closed yet, there are comments to the parties and the talks will continue this morning, hoping to close clause after clause and reach a review with a conclusion in principle, because signing an agreement without reservations seems almost correct as of this morning impossible.
The problem for Beitar is that even if all things are resolved, it is not certain that they will be granted the additional extension they intend to request. The group believes that they are entitled to such an extension, but will try until 12 o'clock to bring a closed agreement with Abramov, with only technical details left to complete. That is the only way it will be. The club has a high chance of another postponement.
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