Summary of Bnei Sakhnin's victory 0:2 over Beitar Jerusalem (Sport1)
Beitar Jerusalem received a fairly severe financial blow this evening (Wednesday) when it was punished by the association's tribunal by closing the eastern stand in Teddy for three games in the upper playoffs and was also fined a total of NIS 55,000 following a riot by its fans in the league game against Hapoel Tel Aviv.
Beitar were outraged by the court's punishment and issued a very harsh statement, in which they also accuse the court of doing what and where: "The Football Association's court has once again proven its opacity towards Beitar Jerusalem and the lightheartedness with which it punishes the club financially It is not possible that there will be such an extreme and disproportionate punishment that ultimately harms all of our devoted fans."
A hard blow to his pocket.
Barak Abramov (Photo: Danny Maron)
Beitar went further and stung the association's prosecutor, attorney Nir Rashef: "How is it possible that a game was stopped for ten minutes because of dozens of flares that were thrown from the Hapoel Tel Aviv stands onto the grass and Beitar's punishment is more severe?
Is this related to the fact that the association's prosecutor Nir Rashef is a die-hard fan of Hapoel Tel Aviv.
We will of course appeal the decision and if there is no change ,
the club intends to go to a civil court regarding the heavy penalties we have received and the glaring disproportionality."
At the same time, we also appeal to our fans, demanding that they immediately cease actions that harm the team.
These actions have cost the club hundreds of thousands of shekels since the beginning of the season, and instead of going to the benefit of the club, it goes to the football association."