Suspicion of arson at Hapoel Tel Aviv's training complex (photo: Yotam Ronan, video editing: Nir Chen)
Hapoel Tel Aviv arrived at a hotel in Jerusalem ahead of tonight's match (Sunday, 20:15) against Beitar Jerusalem, when the club is in a difficult atmosphere following the burning of the training complex. Players in the team said that "if until this morning the fans only wanted us to destroy Beitar now everyone They want us to win for the honor of the club and the employees. People with tears from what happened, it's sad."
The group's CEO Liran Mokhtar said: "We did not appeal to the management for a postponement, we will come with our strength and want to win.
They burned down our house, difficult hours and shocking moments, but we will deal with everything." About 2,000 Red fans have so far purchased tickets for the match, and it is estimated that the number of Teddy team fans will eventually reach 2,500. On the other hand, about 20,000 home fans" R secured their place.
"Playing for the honor of the club".
Hapoel Tel Aviv fans (Photo: Danny Maron)
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