After nine years in his position as the all-powerful CEO of Hapoel Jerusalem, Guy Harel will vacate his place and turn to private businesses, but will serve as a link between the owner and the professional team, and will not completely leave the Red Club.
The capital has recently been actively looking for a replacement for Harel, who has held his current position at the club since Uri Alon arrived in the capital and took ownership, and it is expected to appoint someone who will come from outside the system, with a background in the worlds of marketing and management, in which the owner of the Reds, Eyal Chomsky, deals and specializes.
Another change in the Jerusalem management avenue took place in the position of club manager, which was held until recently by David Basan.
Now, after Bassan's departure, Alex Kalman, who has worked in the group for the past year in various positions, will take over.
On another topic, about 3,000 of the team's fans hold subscriptions for the coming season, which they bought or renewed, while the club set the target for the end of the summer at about 4,000 subscriptions.
The group announces the decline in the number of subscribers in recent years, which began with the departure of Uri Alon and strengthened with the outbreak of the Corona epidemic, and are trying to take steps to reach a new target audience.0
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