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Only two Sakhnin players came up with the pride flag shirts, Fawn hid it in the BS - Voila! Sport


Sakhnin's management allowed its players to choose whether to wear the shirt of the Iggy association, only Melamed and Amos chose to wear it. Hapoel Be'er Sheva will investigate why the association chose to fold it

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In the games of the 21st round, the Premier League players will wear shirts with the pride flag, as part of the cooperation of the league director with the "Iggy" association of proud Israeli youth.

In the match between Maccabi Tel Aviv and Bnei Sakhnin, the visiting management allowed its players to decide whether to go up with the association shirt.

Of all the players in the lineup, only Gad Amos and Guy Melamed chose to wear the shirts.

In the game that opened the game, Hapoel Beer Sheva won 0:1 over Ness Ziona Section, and there as well during the players' ascension to the field, both teams presented the association's pioneers, but Adrian Fawn folded his shirt and hid the pride flag.

The club from the capital of the Negev announced that it would check at the end of the game why its shirt was folded in such a way that it would hide the pride flag.

Choose not to go up with the pride shirts.

Sakhnin players against Maccabi Tel Aviv players (Photo: Ariel Shalom)

The league director responded to the players' choice not to wear the shirts: "The league director regrets that there are those who chose not to take part in a social activity whose goal is to support a minority in Israeli society. The league director will continue to promote messages of understanding and inclusion in the league's activities in the future as well."

  • sport

  • Israeli soccer

  • Super League


  • Bnei Sakhnin

  • Hapoel Beer Sheva

Source: walla

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