Recap: Hapoel Jerusalem vs Maccabi Netanya 1:1/Sport1
The Presidium of the Supreme Court of the Football Association responded positively to the request of Maccabi Netanya and Bassam Za'arora, commuting the midfielder's sentence and removing two games from the total number of games from which he was banned. This means that Za'arora will be able to be on the team's roster from the seventh round. Zaura now has two more games left to serve her suspension following the Turner incident.
The midfielder, who was initially sentenced to a 15-match ban, filed an appeal that was accepted and the punishment was commuted to 12 games, some of which he already served at Maccabi Haifa last season, in the Champions League game a month ago and in the semi-finals of the Toto Cup later. He then moved to Netanya and continued to serve the deportation sentence. Already at the end of August, we reported that the club would appeal to the Football Association in an attempt to reduce his sentence.
Available from the seventh cycle. Za'arora/Bernie Ardov
The other two games from which Za'arora is banned are against Maccabi Haifa and Bnei Sakhnin. He will return to action in the seventh round, where Maccabi Netanya will host Maccabi Petah Tikva. A week later, by the way, the Diamonds will host Hapoel Be'er Sheva.
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