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Hapoel Be'er Sheva striker, Patrick Kalimela, was robbed in his home early in the morning - voila! sport


The Pole who landed in Israel a few days ago and joined the group from the capital of the Negev, went through a shocking experience. The robbers arrived around 4:00 and left with loot including valuable items

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Such a welcome to Israel, Patrick Kalimela certainly did not expect.

The Polish striker who joined Hapoel Beer Sheva at the beginning of the week was robbed tonight in the new apartment he got in the city.

The robbers arrived at the scene around 4:00 in the morning, managed to enter the apartment and left with several valuable items.

The police were called to his home a few minutes later, after the Polish striker informed the team members.

Unpleasant reception.

Kalimela after the signing (photo: official website, the official website of Hapoel Be'er Sheva)

Kalimela was interviewed the other day in Poland and said: "I wanted to move from the New York Red Bulls to a team that would work for me. My agents were looking for a team for me, a high-level team that competes for a title in its league and especially one that creates a lot of situations and will allow me to spread my wings. The first season was promising and there were high expectations, otherwise That's how things have already changed. There were all sorts of problems, from Corona to injuries, and I wasn't at all satisfied with how things looked."

Regarding the offer that came from Be'er Sheva, he said: "I had a number of options, maybe people looking from the sidelines would also say that there were more interesting options, but I looked at the coach's plan for me and this is something I took into account when I chose a team. After that I had no doubt where I wanted to move after A conversation with the coach. Hapoel Be'er Sheva's plan was organized, I have never come across such a simple and strong plan and I really wanted to join a team with a team that will work for me. I don't mean that I won't work hard myself, but this is a strong team where I won't have to run after players and press the whole game."

  • sport

  • Israeli soccer

  • Super League


  • Patrick Kalimela

  • Hapoel Beer Sheva

  • Beer Sheva

  • robbery

Source: walla

All sports articles on 2023-02-01

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