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Flares pierced the new networks, in Bloomfield they threaten: the viewing experience will be damaged - voila! sport

2023-01-28T21:28:08.091Z


The management of Bloomfield inaugurated the nets behind the gates, thrown flares pierced them easily: "We will investigate what happened, there will be no escape from reducing the intervals in the nets"


Flares pierced the nets in Bloomfield during the Tel Aviv derby (from social networks, in accordance with section 27a)

The Israel Police prepared in special preparation for the Tel Aviv derby held today (Saturday) at the Bloomfield Stadium, but even that did not prevent scary images before the game - when dozens of Maccabi Tel Aviv fans moved from gate 8 to gate 11 in a dangerous manner.

As I recall, Maccabi Tel Aviv fans were only assigned gates 10-11, and many bought a ticket for gate 8 - and wanted to sit with their yellow friends.

Watch the Flames pierce the new nets in Bloomfield in their very first game

Flares pierced the nets in Bloomfield during the Tel Aviv derby (from social networks, in accordance with section 27a)

But the big farce happened at the start of the game.

Despite the special nets that were installed for the first time behind goals 5-4 and 11-10, fans of both teams threw dozens of flares that managed to pierce the nets easily, go through them and penetrate the surface, and the game was stopped for 12 minutes before a month due to the heavy smoke.



In response to the leaking nets, the sports hall company stated: "Unfortunately, we once again encountered violent and criminal behavior by a handful of fans who used unsafe means of combat and caused danger to human life. As stated, this is the first game in which the nets were installed as an experiment. The nets significantly reduced the damage to the players and the game and stopped a significant portion "We are investigating how some of the

flares



got through the net and we will make sure to improve the system to prevent their passage as well.

It seems that there will be no escape from reducing the intervals in the networks from 5 cm to 2.3 cm, even if unfortunately this may lead to damage to the viewing experience, which we wanted to avoid."

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Maccabi Tel Aviv fans break from gate 8 to gate 11 before the Tel Aviv derby in Bloomfield (Ariel Shalom)

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Fans jump from gate to gate (Photo: Ariel Shalom)

The police arrested a suspect with 90 flares and 24 grenades for use in the Tel Aviv derby (photo: official website, Israel Police)

The police arrested a suspect with 90 flares and 24 grenades for use in the Tel Aviv derby (photo: official website, Israel Police)

Hapoel Tel Aviv fans (Photo: Kobi Eliyahu)

A policeman takes out a flare from the grass seller in the derby: Hapoel Tel Aviv vs. Maccabi Tel Aviv (Photo: Kobi Eliyahu)

Even before the match between Maccabi and Hapoel Tel Aviv, there were long lines that stretched over dozens of meters, following very careful checks by the security guards at the entrance to the gates.

Also, the police announced that they had arrested a suspect whose car was seized with large quantities of flares, firecrackers and smoke grenades intended for use in the derby, as part of the preparation an proactive activity was carried out against violence and the use of pyrotechnics.



During the activity, a suspect was observed by police forces in possession of various pyrotechnic devices.

The suspect was arrested for questioning and a search of his vehicle yielded approximately 90 flares and 24 smoke grenades, including an IDF smoke grenade intended for use during the game. Tomorrow the suspect, a 24-year-old resident of Harish, will be brought before a judge at the request of the police to extend his detention.



Maccabi Tel Aviv fans complained before The game is about the attitude at the entrances, and one of the fan organizations wrote: "When you ask the fans in a special letter not to behave violently, it is appropriate that you do not put us in pens like a herd of cows and treat us like dogs."

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