Two days to the start of the playoff final series between Maccabi Tel Aviv and Hapoel Tel Aviv, and the red side of the city is still waiting for the 1,500 tickets that were supposed to be transferred to their possession in order to start selling tickets to the team's fans ahead of the first game at the Menora Mivtachim Arena.
At the beginning of the week, the Yellows sent a letter to the chairman of the Basketball Association and the chairman of the league administration, demanding that a "state of emergency" be declared, which will not allow visiting visitors to derby games for the next two years, due to the inability, according to the professionals, to cope with the security of the event and the possible risk to the lives of the spectators.
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Hapoel Tel Aviv has filed an official complaint with the Israel Basketball Association and is waiting for its decision, but it seems that even before that, a compromise is apparent. According to sources familiar with the details, signing and taking responsibility for the management of the event by an official in the form of the league administration (which has already declared that it is ready and doing so), the Basketball Association, the court or the police, will lead the Yellows to hand over the allocation of tickets in the coming hours.
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