After many hours of deliberations in the Israeli Basketball Association Tribunal, the final decision was made today (Wednesday) - the court ordered Maccabi Tel Aviv to transfer the 1,500 tickets to Hapoel Tel Aviv by 14:00 ahead of the playoff final tomorrow (Thursday) 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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Shimon Mizrahi said during the hearing: "I sit here very embarrassed and say what is in my heart. You can scoff and say I make a salad. I warned back in May and no one did anything."
Mizrahi continued: "The tickets are ready, I expected that at this table, in this discussion, someone here would say that there was someone in charge of the event. I'm not willing to sit in an investigation because one of the fans was burned by an avoca. You can't complain to me after I've taken all the preventive measures. What else can I do?"
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Hapoel Tel Aviv's lawyer said: "We knew we would get the tickets, they played some kind of game with us."
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