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The administration sent a message to Bnei Sakhnin: Take care of the drainage or Doha will not be approved next season | Israel today


After the postponement of the games, rains are also expected tomorrow that may flood the grass surface in the stadium • Regarding the postponed game between Hadera and Maccabi Haifa - no winds are expected, which would prevent it from happening

After yesterday (Monday) it was decided to postpone the games planned in the Premier League following the storm "Barbara", the fear is that rains are expected tomorrow as well which will not exactly allow optimal conditions for football.

As far as the game between Bnei Sakhnin and Hapoel BS is concerned, the picture is more complex, as rains are also expected tomorrow that could flood the grass surface in Doha. Meanwhile, the league administration sent a message to Sakhnin, that for next season they are expected to take care of the drainage system in the stadium, otherwise Doha will not be approved for the 2023/4 game season. This is an unusual warning from the director to the heads of Sakhnin, when the message is "We gave you six months' notice to correct the deficiencies in order for it to be implemented."

Noble and noble.

In any case, they will play tomorrow, photo: Maor Alxalsi

Regarding the postponed game between Hapoel Hadera and Maccabi Haifa, yesterday at the time of the match (8:30 p.m.) there was not unusual rain or strong winds as feared, but the management and the teams explained that "it would have been better to postpone before the winds, and not bring 9,000 fans to Netanya and then Send them home."

By the way, rain is expected in Netanya tomorrow as well, but the game will take place anyway since no winds are expected.

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Source: israelhayom

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