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After sharing on the networks that he was attacked by several of the team's fans during the game against Hapoel Tel Aviv, the comedian arrived at Beit Vagan after being invited by the management

Comedian Guy Hochman visited Beitar Jerusalem training at Beit Vagan today (Wednesday) after he was allegedly attacked in the Toto Cup match against Hapoel Tel Aviv last Saturday.

Hochman said after the visit: "It's fun to come. There are mostly players here, fans. We met on Saturday. The management invited, and it's always fun to come to Jerusalem."

Regarding the responses he received after the announcement of the event, he added: "Amazing responses. I have never received a flood of messages where everyone says 'thank you.' The messages, and not only from Beitar fans, from people who say - it's time to deal with this."

spokeswoman for the club

He also said: "I'm in my little piece of God, if I can make an impact then I've done my part. This team represents Israeliness for me and for everyone. It's important to Israeli football. And everyone should come to the fields."

Hochman, who is known as one who often enters the stands in football stadiums and makes viral humor videos, got into an unpleasant situation during the game and was attacked with fists, when, according to his words, another fan put out a cigarette on him.

"What a shame. Anyone who follows knows that I started it all at Teddy's, at the home of Beitar fans. And I found out that they are the opposite of what we have been presented with all these years. Good, warm, smart fans, who love football. And I know that the majority are still like that. Because I now receive hundreds of messages But there is the garbage. And unfortunately, sometimes the garbage stinks up the whole room. And it's a shame. Because this garbage drives away every husband who comes with good intentions, alienates fathers with children, gives a bad name to the group that perhaps best represents Israeliness," he wrote, "and it's clear to me that I Not innocent. I come and laugh at them, and those who play with fire should also know how to get burned sometimes. But here I was burned badly, literally, they put out a cigarette on me. And they gave me bombs. And they behaved like the stigma I was trying to remove from these fans. For years I have been passing through all the football fans, And of course not everyone likes it, but I've never been in a situation like this. And precisely with Beitar. Exactly where I started."

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Source: israelhayom

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