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Beitar in an angry message: "Egypt for the judge's decision not to include in the report the growls about Asperiya, Abu Fani's taunting and Haziza's behavior. If it was Beitar, it would have been investigated"

Summary: Maccabi Haifa - Beitar Jerusalem 1:2 (Sport1)

Beitar Jerusalem today (Sunday) expressed its disappointment with the fact that the refereeing report did not include grunts that they say were heard yesterday from the stands of Maccabi Haifa towards team player Danilo Asperia during the 2:1 loss to the Greens.

The frustrated Colombian reported the racist calls he received, but Maccabi Haifa is not expected to be punished for them since they were not mentioned in the reports of the official representatives.

"We regret the judge's decision not to include in the judgment report the racist snarls towards Danilo Asperia.

We believe the player's claims one hundred percent," Beitar said today, "It seems that the referee also chose the easy way, as he missed quite a few whistles yesterday.

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What the judge saw, and what he didn't.

Asperia (Photo: Maor Alxalsi)

Great frustration.

Beitar (Photo: Maor Alxalsi)

"Leibovich chose not to see Sandguren's step, Abu Fani's taunting of Morozov after the expulsion, the illusory penalty and Haziza's behavior. It's a shame that this was not examined thoroughly, as it surely would have been if these were Beitar fans.

Beitar and its fans will continue to embrace and cherish Danilo Asperia everywhere."

An official at Maccabi Haifa responded: "What if these were Beitar fans?

Precisely the planned and timed chant that included death wishes to the player just because he was born a Muslim sounded shamefully throughout the game."

Grisha Morozov, who was sent off yesterday before the break, wrote today on his Instagram account: "Friends, I want to thank you for the support.

Sorry for the suspension, and I know it let the team down.

We have two important games ahead of us, and we need your support.

Go Beitar!".

The team also announced that all the tickets for the Mizrachi stand for the match against Hapoel Tel Aviv were sold out in just half an hour.

  • sport

  • Israeli soccer

  • Super League


  • Beitar Jerusalem

  • Danilo Asperia

Source: walla

All sports articles on 2023-02-26

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