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Beitar Jerusalem: Oral Dani will return to defense, Bar Cohen is expected to open | Israel Today


For the first time in years, the team from the capital will host Ness Ziona during Shabbat • The team offered solutions for conservative fans • The players held a special ceremony with the Shalva association

For the first time in many years, tomorrow (Saturday), Beitar Jerusalem will host a game at the Teddy Stadium during the Sabbath, when they will face the Ness Ziona section as part of the 16th round of the Premier Soccer League. 

Over the past few days, hundreds of Jerusalem fans who live in the central area have requested the team to take action to change the time so that they can at least watch the game on Saturday night, but it was made clear to them that the time was set by the administration and cannot be moved. Beitar announced that Shabbat observant fans will be able to enter the game with a ticket Printed on paper and not electronic, but despite the attempt to consider the traditional audience, most of them will not be able to make it to the game.

From a professional point of view, Oral Dagny will return to the blocking position due to the weakness of the defense after playing in the midfield in the last games.

Bar Cohen is also expected to return to the 11.

In the meantime, in the meantime, last night the team's players Max Gerchkin, Nathaniel Delvia and Amit Cohen arrived for the uniform distribution ceremony for the club's exciting project in collaboration with the Shlava Association and Bank Yahav. 

Beitar players. Doing good, photo: courtesy of Beitar Jerusalem

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Source: israelhayom

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