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No one is celebrating yet: about the difficult start expected for Beitar Jerusalem | Israel Today

2022-08-10T18:56:41.244Z

Idan Barak Abramov at Beitar Jerusalem started with concerns • The new owner is building on the sale of subscriptions, but will need a significant boost so that the fans will want to buy • All beginnings are difficult



The end of the age of Moses is celebrated.

The most exhausting saga of the summer has finally come to an end. Unless something unexpected happens, Beitar Jerusalem's budget for the current season will be approved today by 4:00 p.m., after the sale of the team was finally signed yesterday from Moshe Hogaev into the hands of Barak Abramov. Also The new owner needs to get permission, and for that he is supposed to appear before the committee for the transfer of management rights of the football association.

Abramov, who recently transferred the management rights of Bnei Yehuda to Moshe Demayo, is well versed in the details of contracts, obligations and everything that the package that answers to Beitar Jerusalem for more than a month already includes, so the picture is quite clear to him in terms of numbers for the upcoming season.

Hogg and Abramov, today, photo: courtesy of Beitar

The team's budget is expected to be around NIS 25 million, of which an amount ranging from NIS 12 to 14 million will be allocated to the players' salaries.

Also, Abramov is expected to take care of the payment of the debts, and for this purpose an amount ranging from NIS 10 to 15 million will be allocated.

Although Abramov said goodbye to Bnei Yehuda, he will probably bring with him to Beitar the CEO of the group from the neighborhood in recent years, Kafir Adri.

It is possible that the latter will replace the current CEO of Beitar, Muni Brosh.

Doron Osidon, Abramov's friend, who previously held several key positions in Hapoel Tel Aviv, Hapoel Haifa and Maccabi Netanya, may be appointed as the owner's representative in the group.

Adre

Expected to continue with Abramov,

"We need two cannons"


After removing all the obstacles and the fog around the team, Beitar Jerusalem will start a subscription sale campaign today, and in the capital they hope that the fans will purchase at least 8,000 of them. Abramov is counting on the revenue from the subscriptions and the tickets as a serious part of the budget for the coming season, but there are also those in the club who are skeptical about it And said: "If they don't sign at least two top players here, the team won't have more than 5,000 subscribers."

In this context, it should be said that the plans of Abramov and the coach Yossi Aboksis are to add three or four foreign players at a cost of 150-100 thousand dollars per season to the positions of the brakeman, the striker, one of the wings and the midfielder.

As first published in Israel Hayom, midfielder Tamir Glazer, who has already finalized his terms with the team, is expected to sign soon, as is midfielder Tamir Adi, who has been faithfully waiting for Beitar throughout the last period, despite the ongoing uncertainty.

Tamir Glazer.

On the way to the capital, photo: Danny Maron

Abramov's conclusion and celebration of a new contract came thanks to the efforts of MK Nir Barkat, who obtained a donation for the group from a Jewish businessman from South Africa, in the amount of 2 million shekels, and also thanks to the municipality, which approved a right check for the group of more than 5 million shekels, built from the allowances of three years. Against that right check, Abramov could have taken the loan he wanted so badly for the amount of NIS 10 million, the main purpose of which is to cover the group's debts.

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Source: israelhayom

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